This place is eclectic with healthy food -fat free and natural ingredients- which offers a good unique experience at a low price.
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I don’t know what was the best thing about this place- the women grinding the corn in a molcajete and making tortillas in the wood furnace or the amazing seafood soup served boiling in a jícara (sort of coconut shell) with a stone inside to...More
A friend brought me here on my visit to Oaxaca and I tried the traditional Caldo de Piedra (fish broth). the broth is heated up with hot stones from the river bank of thhe connunity in San Pedro. This place is excellent for people who...More
A Prehispanic Experience- Delicious food! came here with a large group (10 ppl) and we were served quite quickly by Mr. Cesar (owner) himself. He gave us the story and history and was very informative. i LOVED the Agua de Maracuya and of course the...More
Soo cool! Simple and tasty soup. The rock is so hot before they place it in the gourd with fresh seafood, onion, chilies, tomato and water. The rock when placed in the bowl boils the water and cooks the soup.
This is something you must see and try. Make sure to take your camera and a good appetite. Ask for extra lemon, salsa and you can't forget the tortillas. Great service !!!
To start with, the soup is delicious and enough of a reason to visit. The cooking method is very different. Staff invite guests to watch the soup being made, to take photographs and videos. The staff are courteous and friendly creating a lovely atmosphere.
After seeing Caldo de Piedra on Rick Bayless, we took a taxi out to the restaurant to experience the stone soup. We were there during siesta, so it was empty except for us. We sat in the back of the dirt floor restaurant, next to...More
I was very excite to visit this place and to taste a millenary dish of my Mexico; you have to come and taste the true pre-hispanic Caldo de Piedra - fish and shrimp soup
This place is not like anything you have seen! Your soup boils in seconds and in front of you! Red fire volcanic rocks make the trick! We stop on our way back from tule and other towns and it was really worth the visit! If...More