On a recommendation from a Oaxacan guidebook, we stopped for an afternoon meal - comida corrida. The soup was zucchini in a chicken broth, acceptable but not that flavorful. Salad was fresh baby spinach with sliced apples that overwhelmed the greens but was good. My main entree was one paltry chicken leg in a red sauce with tortillas. My husband fared better with the amount of food for his entree but again, nothing stood out. Dessert was rice pudding with a slice of sweet potato; odd but ok. We were offered no drinks with our meal which is standard practice so we ordered 2 agua frescas which cost 30 pesos each. When we paid our bill, we were shorted 100 pesos in change-did the waiter think we wouldn't notice that??! The garden atmosphere is lovely but I think there are restaurants that serve a tastier comida corrida and don't short change you.
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