I liked my first dinner here so much that I came back again and again. The menu is designed to show off Chiapas's wonderful local produce, fish, meats, and cheeses. The staff make a point of explaining where each item originates-- it might be nice to show tourists a map of the state so they can see where everything comes from. The chef's presentations are imaginative and fun-- and very tasty. Service begins with an amuse bouche and a basket very thin, crispy corn tostadas in various flavors (bean, chile, chipilin) with a selection of sauces. The tostadas are made in the town of Teopisca, a few kilometers away from San Cristobal. The tiny, flavorful Simojovel chile, a staple at all the local markets, is featured in several dishes. I tried the cecina (also from Teopisca) and the robalo (from Tonala) and was very happy with both dishes. The salads were always crunchy and never overdressed. I live in Mexico City and I thought that the prices for dishes of this caliber were very reasonable. Nice to see that this restaurant is promoting the wonderful foods of Chiapas. You can eat steak or pizza anywhere. Eat here! You'll enjoy it.
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