Very nice place, a few blocks from downtown Puebla. One of the better typical food and very good service.
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After reading so many glowing reviews, I was excited to try this place on a week long trip to Puebla. I am sorry we bothered. The atmosphere was a bit antiseptic. The appetizer we ordered never appeared. The mains were out in a flash which...More
We decided to have a quick lunch while visiting Puebla and this restaurant seriously deliver delicious food. We started with the tostadas de mole and one sausage with guacamole and they were both delicious. We then had the mole sampler and the tongue sampler; both...More
Excellent service and food at a very good price. Menu offers many options from traditional dishes to more contemporary Mexican cuisine. Highly recommend
One of my favourite places to stay in Puebla. Conveniently located within walking distance of the historic center, this beautiful boutique hotel has large rooms, great service and a fine restaurant. Always a pleasure to visit!
Casareyna was close to our hotel. The main reason we went there, was its Trip Advisor rating. Not worthy of the rating. It was fine, but no accolades.
Hidden in Barrio de Analco, this restaurant bright due to its traditional cuisine. Stylish and modern but with a influence on the barroco building in which the boutique/restaurant is in. We ordered a couple of entrances and the mole sampler. Excellent food, service and obviously...More
Although the food was good, I wouldn't exactly say it was spectacular. Had innovative cuisine, but the service was less than optimal.
It is a beautiful setting with Mexican decor in an old style setting. The food is varied, and in general very good. Sometimes the wait staff seems a little confused on who is in charge of what table, but they hustle a lot and eventually...More
Entering through an open courtyard we were seated in welcoming dining area. Very attentive and charming wait staff. And then there is the food. Started with a variant of chile rellenos. The difference was the Chile which instead of the typical fresh green poblano was...More