Based on the reviews here, we tried this restaurant looking for a one-meal break from the wonderful Oaxacan food we've had. We're on the foodie side of eaters, but not picky at all. We tend to like most of what's put on our table. Tonight the meal was OK, but not worth the price. It was one of the most expensive meals we had in Oaxaca, which we've visited several times. Now, I do have to point out that we did not order pizza. My husband had the beef scallopini, which came with a side salad. He liked the sauce and had no complaints. Except for the price. I ordered the fettuccine with olives and capers. It was so salty I couldn't eat it. I ended up picking out all of the olives and capers, and was able to eat the pasta and sauce. The fettuccine was fresh and the tomato sauce was pleasant. The serving was very small for the price. We had 2 glasses of the house Italian wine, which was decent. The service was good, and we enjoyed the home made Limoncello that was offered to us at the end. Two entrees (small servings), 2 glasses of wine, 40 dollars before tip. Not worth the long walk there. Maybe we just ordered the wrong things.
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