This little restaurant is bright and cheerful. The staff are friendly and obliging. The food is reasonable and the price (about 300 pesos for two) is really low. I had the chicken and meat fajitas. These came with fresh tortillas and were tasty but the beef was a little tough. He had the grilled fish with lemon and pepper, which was cooked well. We shared the crepes with ice cream, dulce de leche and banana. We had no complaints and they disappeared quickly. We walked all over the historic town and there were really very few restaurants. The town just doesn't seem that set-up for tourists. This restaurant was one of the better choices, delivering good food at really affordable prices.
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