Our two meals here during our week in Gaunajuato were delicious, beautiful, light, and healthy... and almost ridiculously inexpensive. I wish there was a Los Campos in my hometown. Chris, the co-owner (with his lovely Mexican wife, who helps him coddle customers in the dining room), is a Canadian working incredibly hard to make his customers feel welcome both in his restaurant and in Gaunajuato in general. I overheard him discussing the disinfectant drops they use to make sure all their greens and vegetables are safe for tender stomachs with a pair of customers, and he actually offered to walk down the street to a nearby Tienda to buy them some. They were too ashamed to take him up on the offer, probably something like I felt pondering the tiny sum on our bill after dinner. To visit Guanajuato (which I would recommend highly, except that the number of foreign visitors is about right now, so no sense encouraging an overabundance, if you catch my drift) without trying Los Campos would be a silly mistake you don't want to make. One drawback: they haven't found the magic route through the city bureaucracy to obtain a license to sell alcohol yet, so you'll need to do without or get creative. Personally, I think an occassional meal without alcohol is a good practice, but that's up to you. If that's a deal breaker, please don't show up at Los Campos and complain that you couldn't get a glass of wine. You've been forewarned. Anyway, that situation might change before you get there. Good luck, and have a great time.
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