Our return visit was at least as wonderful as the first few visits. The guacamole is among the best we've had anywhere, a generous tasty dish served attractively traditional stone mortar. The chips were commercial chips. The two fish dishes - sea bass Ranchera sauce and snapper Veracruzana were tasty with balanced piquant sauces. The vegetables were a winter mix - not a traditional corn/squash mixture and were unremarkable. For desert we tried the almond flan and were not disappointed. A bit more dense from other flans it was non-the-less delicious with a traditional burnt sugar sauce. The service was impeccable; warm and efficient without being pushy. Most of the tables were occupied but the traditional equipale furnishings minimize the sound. All in all, a very nice evening.
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