I really wanted to love this restaurant. The location is a bit mysterious, down a dark single lane road that does not look very promising. I felt relieved to see a cute rustic building at the end. The service was a bit confused and some members of my party were served long after the others. The food itself was a good effort, but it is difficult to make good Italian food without proper ingredients. Sadly, there were no quality tomatoes, parmesan cheese or mozzarella. Making do without the basics is tough. The pizza, however, was very pleasant even with the substitution of manchego cheese for mozzarella. My friends and I dined for the next two nights at Las Tinajas, which has amazing Chiapan food. It was the real deal.
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