One of the best breakfast / brunches I've ever had. Their speciality dishes are excellent. Service is prompt. The decor is charming and pleasant (restaurant is built from a modified house). The food is so darn good, and unique, but not crazy, not spicy. The prices are not cheap, but for how good the food is, its a good value.
Only a couple of negatives. The sound travels strangely in some of the "rooms" of the restaurant. It bounces and echos off walls easily. If there is one loud table in this certain section of the restaurant, a conversation with the person next to you will be tough. Also, they stopped doing dinner. WHY?!? If Reforma 255 had dinner, it would definitely rank in the top dinner spots as well.
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