This place is a little off the beaten path (about $20-25US round trip by cab from SM de Allende), which was nice. We were met at the door by the owner, with some very nice, fresh churros. The people were very hospitible and the scene was lovely. The indian food was surprisingly spot on and the michelada was good too.
Be careful, if you start some conversations with the owner, you won't be able to get away from talking with her the whole time. She is very nice, but just doesnt get the hint that you are there to relax.
Overall, lovely experience.
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