As others have mentioned, this tiny restaurant is homey and like eating your abuela's. She's hired a young, professionally trained chef to help her out, but it's still a family affair.
I had what was a truly outstanding chile relleno with cheese and pecans in a sweet, yellow sauce of some kind. My husband had an ensalada festival, consisting of green and red bell peppers, cheese, lettuce and sesame seeds in a tasty, sour green dressing -- red, white and green, just like the Mexican flag.
We then shared the Oaxaqueño platter, enough for three hungry people. Three each of tacos huitlacoche (the only thing I didn't particularly care for), taquitos with chicken, enmoladas, quesadillas, two kinds of cheeses cut in cubes, carnitas, cecina pork, tasajo beef and, to top it all off, chapulines, straight up, no chile, no lime. Very tasty, very filling, very reasonably priced at 220 pesos.
Service was very good, concerned about our experience and opinion of the food, and grandma even asked for us to sign her book of comments. The only difficulty came when I discovered I was about 100 pesos short of the bill and had to ask if she would take some dollars. She did in the end accept them and, for that, I am grateful (even if the rate was terrible).
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