If you like to try new dishes, this is the restaurant to visit. They serve Mexican food but don't go in there expecting to find the typical combination plates.
The food pays tribute to several parts of Mexico. You will find mole negro. Quesadillas de huitlacoche (a delicacy, made from truffle grown on corn). Creamy soups made from various vegetables.
The staff is friendly and helpful.
Don't forget to ask for the fruit waters of the day, refreshing and delicious.
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