Excellent service in an historic building facing the Grand Plaza. Breakfast seems to be their speciality and theu roast their own beans which theu also sell. Overall a very nice experience!
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La Surtidora is a Patzcuaro staple for all tourists and local expats. Although there are better restaurants in town (not many though) I always come back here even though I hate the bright lighting in the dining rooms at night, smokers on the patio, and...More
Good for sitting outside and people watching while you sip coffee or drink a beer. But unfortunately, the food and service just doesn't match the ambiance.
I started my day with an early cup of hot chocolate and some pan sitting outside watching the town wake up. Then the rest of my party would join for breakfast. The breakfast was fantastic. The service great and I really enjoyed the place. I...More
Can't beat the location, but the food in my opinion was about average. Service could of have been better as well as my daughter's plate (a simple hamburger) arrived way after everyone else was served.
Right on Plaza Grande overlooking the plaza. Can eat inside or on the patio. Freshly squeezed orange juice, terrific coffee and a great selection of local breakfast dishes along with the more well known typical Mexican offerings. Very tasty, we’ll served and very reasonably priced....More
I just read another review from another traveler asking why there aren't any good restaurants in Patzcuaro, and we were wondering the same. We had dinner and breakfast in this place because it was the only restaurant in Patzcuaro that looked good. The food is...More
Two couples went for dinner last night and even though the food was quite tasty it just wasn’t very hot. One couple both had the chicken Milanese ,my wife had the chicken mole and I had a chicken dish that was flatten chicken rolled around...More
Rather than sit under the colonnade overlooking the min square, we opted for the interior dining room, decorated with the work of local artists. A shelf above the coffee bar held a whimsical collection of old radios, and a sign proclaimed that the restaurant had...More
Fun place, right on the plaza for a drink or a meal (or both). Very attentive servers, pretty helpful with language issues. A margarita seems to help with that. Ate here several times, all of it was excellent. They also have wonderful desserts (try the...More