A traditional restaurant not to be missed. You would not be disappointed with the food, I personally recommend "carne asada Virreina", which is served with the emblematic dish of the state: "enchiladas potosinas"; the chile poblano is also highly recommended. For dessert, try "principe Alberto", simply amazing.
The service is always correct, the ambiance is very quiet, but sometimes you can listen to live piano. The place recently went through a renovation, and now it looks more trendy.
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