This was one of the best buffets we've had. All of the food was tasty and of good quality. We went as part of a day tour and were not disappointed. One regret was that I did not heed the warning of a fellow diner who exclaimed "muy picante!" when I grabbed a scoop of habanero salsa. It was wicked, even for someone who likes that stuff. The restaurant itself was a spectacular 120 year-old house with a backyard shrine and a landmark church across the street. There is outdoor seating among the hundreds of seats available and a gift shop. This is a huge place and is probably on of the most unique places we've ever eaten. Visit if at all possible; you will not be disappointed.
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