My wife and I went to Mi Nidito approximately two years ago and figured if we arrived mid-afternoon we would beat the lunch and dinner crowd. Wrong - it was a forty minute wait. This time we decided to get there a half hour early...and there were people already waiting in line. By the time the restaurant opened at 11am there were more than 50 people waiting outside and after tasting the food it is not difficult to understand why.
Most of the dishes are truly authentic; however, there are some variations as chimichangas are not quite prevalent in Mexico. The flautas and the enchiladas though are phenomenal and the salsa has a pleasant spice to it without being too overbearing.
If you get there during the day, anticipate a 30-40 minute wait, but the food is worth it, and the owners are always there to ensure of good quality.
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