Recommended by a cooking school and by our hotel but we found food very average. One of us had the special of the day - Queso Relleno con Atun - didn't appear that the filling had been cooked inside the cheese - rather looked and tasted like a slice of cheese, a mound of average grade canned tuna, covered with a pasty white sauce and some tomato sauce. I ordered the Papadzules and they seemed tasteless - as if there was no salt or seasonings whatever. The trio played very pleasant music - best part of the lunch.
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