Had a great meal here with friends who were local to the area and assured us that karne en zu jugo (their spelling for "carne en su jugo", in English "meat in its own juice"). A plate turned up at the edges to allow a kind of broth in which a very tender meat marinates. I definitely recommend this dish as a taste of local culture, and this establishment as the place to get it. We had a really delicious meal for about 160 pesos per person (about 9 US dollars each), not counting tip. We probably overtipped at places like this that we really enjoyed, but even a 30% tip on that only brings it up to $12 per person, which is a really amazing price for a great meal if you're thinking in US dollars, and such amounts obviously mean a great deal to hard-working service staff.
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