You arrive in a new (to you) town and walk into a restaurant cold. The Margarita is really good--all blue agave tequila and triple sec --none of that mix junk you get in 3/4 of the Latin restaurants in the US. Good start. Really nice house salad. Then Enchiladas de Pato (duck) are placed before you and lordy, lordy. Your taste buds experience bliss. The Churros dipped in chocolate. Que Bueno! Who knew such a great restaurant could be found in our first night in Indianapolis. I travel extensively and have eaten out from Alaska through Canada and the rest of the US and Latin America (Colombia and Guatemala) in the last year. This is truly one of the best meals I have eaten in all that time. I am originally from an area (SF) renowned for it cuisine and this restaurant would be at the top of the heap there charging twice as much. Lucky for you Indianapolis.
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