Everything is absolutely delicious!!! Service is good. Lot's of options and they are very understanding when you have special eating requirements.
Been there many times and always try to get something different. They are very understanding to specific eating limitations. Have never been disappointed.
We just looked for a quick bite like tacos and got lurred in by the breakfast menu (chillaquilles etc.), we realised when we got the menu. We decided however for a mixed salad with tuna brochettas and boy, was it delicious. We'll certainly come back to try other dishes!
I'm not sure why this restaurant ranks below Casa Luna or El Abajeno, but I prefer to either. If you really want a molcajete (personally, I prefer tequila straight up; if it's good liquor, I'd just as soon do without all the fruity garnish-), you can get one here, too. This place feels like a pair of broken in jeans.... 更多
Charming atmosphere. The moment the friendly and helpful waiter brought the ricotta dip and homemade chili dip for the chips we were impressed. Very tasty alternative to the usual start. The Sauvignon Blanc he suggested from Baja California was delicious and well priced. It was our first time trying a Mexican wine. The roasted vegetable dish was tasty and nicely... 更多
For exceptional food and great service this small restaurant has always been great! Actually it is one of my favorites in the area. As someone who spends a great deal of time in restaurants, I find the menu nicely varied and the food and service areconsistently very good, which is always a challenge in the restaurant business.
I had eaten here a few years ago and it was best then in Tlaquepaque. So I tried it again and it was still great. we stayed in Tlaquepaque 4 days and ate here twice. the food was unique to some state south of Jalisco. so a little different. they have specials. we had a chile stuffed with meat and... 更多
I loved this restaurant. the food was great, and authentic. We enjoyed a selection of Mexican dishes - both modern and traditional. I really enjoyed the sizzling hot pot called the Molcajete.