What a beautiful Centro house turned into a lovely restaurant. But that's the end of it - the food and service are below average. The bread was not fresh, the totopos heavy and greasy instead of light and flaky. The Chile Nogada (a local specialty) was the smallest my partner has ever seen. The soup had the flavor not of chicken stock, but powered flavoring - that lousy flavor cannot be disguised. The different waiters who came to the table seemed confused, could not answer questions about the dishes before we ordered, and brought the wrong drinks. One visit, and not again.
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