Our reason for choosing Todos Santos for lunch was to get a look at the building. We didn't have great expectations for the food, and we did find it a little odd that we weren't able to order a sandwich - they were on the menu, but apparently only available after 3 PM. Anyway, I ended up ordering trout (always a favourite of mine) and my husband ordered a chicken dish (something he almost never orders in a restaurant, since he says it's 'too boring'), but we were both pleasantly surprised. The food was actually pretty good. We had a fun conversation with Mauricio, the chef (who had visited Toronto) and enjoyed ourselves. The building is incredible. On our way out, we stopped at the bakery (where the nuns still work) and picked up some nice pastries.
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