We actually ended up going here twice during our week in Mérida, just when we wanted a change from Yucatecan food. This seemed to be the ex-pat haven in town. The location on the Parque Santa Lucia is really nice for people watching. My pasta was fine, but the pizza was quite good--they have a wood-burning oven, so they can get a proper crust on the pizza. The service was very good, and on both nights, a manager was coming around to tables to check that we were being taken care of. Wine by the glass/quartino was not great--I think it's best to order a bottle if you want decent wine in most restaurants in Mexico.
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