Small space inside, large outside patio. Delicious food. Awesome homemade salsa! Tortillas are yummy!! Good coffee!! Highly recommend.
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I was there by myself for breakfast, having found it on lists of good breakfasts in San Antonio. The lists are correct. Went back the next day with my wife. We both enjoyed it. Their coffee is made with some sugar an cinnamon - delicious!...More
Tucked away on the south side of downtown is an unassuming gem of a restaurant. Not fancy or modern, just good food and a friendly, welcoming staff. I wasn't familiar with all of the regional options, so I asked my waitress to bring whatever she...More
Go for lunch. Not open for dinner. Limited indoor seating. My first time having Mexican, not TexMex. Corn tortillas to die for. Would return tonight if they were open
The enchiladas verdes were very good as was the pork adobo (had a different name). The three different quesadillas were excellent as a shared starter and we all also share a chicken mole. Save room for the flan for dessert. Homemade and ten times better...More
This is a very small place but big on flavor. This place serves true Mexican food that you would find in places like Jalisco, Oaxaca, or DF. If you want real Mexican food, then this place is a must.
Had a wonderful lunch Saturday afternoon. It's a small restaurant but nice patio area. Everything is authentic Mexican food at its finest! I had the huaraches al pastor, tried the pozole soup, chicken mole and guava empanada for dessert. Everything was delicious! I'm Mexican-American and...More
Wonderful small cafe with great authenic Mexican food. Service was fast and attentive. Just an enjoyable experience! I recommend this place to anyone.
We just had lunch there today and my torta was yum, the bread was delicious! The enmoladas have that amazing flavor of mole, and for dessert we had an empanada made of guava and cream cheese so good that I have to eat again soon!
I had the opportunity to get away from the convention center area before heading back to the airport. I had read good reviews about this place and was particularly interested in the huitlacoche quesadilla appetizer. It was a beastly hot afternoon, but there was so...More