This is a place favoured by the locals; we and another table nearby were the only "gringos" and the place was half full for dinner on a weekday.
It's beautifully decorated with traditional Mexican motifs; there are strolling mariachis without the horns and violins, just guitars and mandolins, so they're not as loud as the ones on Plaza Garibaldi.
The food was excellent: very tasty, very Mexican. This was so much better than the famous (but bland) El Cardenal nearby. Also beats any Mexican food we've had in the US. We were four, had four different dishes, all good, including quesadillas and tortillas, the best we ever had.
Service was also very pleasant and swift. This is the place we will return to before leaving.
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