Sanborns, the Mexican chain of restaurants/shops/pharmacies dates from the beginning of the 20th century and the food is standard, middle of the road, Mexican cuisine. This restaurant is no different in that regard but it is special because of its location (close to the Centro Antico) and the 18th Century building that houses it (Casa de los Azulejos, house of tiles). The stories we were told about it, pretty much match what Wikipedia says. As well as the Puebla tiles outside the murals in side include one my Orozco. It's a wonderful and very atmospheric location.
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