All right, so the cuisine wasn't exactly authentic. It was expensive, but what wasn't in the EU? The waitstaff were accommodating, the food attractively served and tasty, the atmosphere pleasant. It was a pleasure to find food that wasn't jamon- or gamba-centric for a change.
Now, for a confession. We ate there many times, and we even got food to go there. The caldo Xochitl was like a letter from home.
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