If you follow the rule that you should only eat where others are eating, you should have no problem eating here, because at lunchtime it is more crowded than the metro at rush hour. Tostadas are around 30 pesos each, substantial and delicious. The ceviches (octopus, shrimp) are superb. The 'special' shrimp tostada is spicy. Everything comes out at room temperature, so even the meat dishes will be cold, which tastes funny and violates one of the cardinal rules of safe eating, but is possibly necessary to keep the tostada crisp .I've never gotten sick from eating here, and I try to get here every time I'm in Mexico City. Neighboring stalls will try to lure you in, but don't do it; go for the original place.
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