Quite by accident, we stumbled onto La Guarida de Baco while searching the Tepotzlan market for an easy dinner. The proprietor, a frenchman who's name I've forgotten, gave us quite an introduction to the menu and the story behind this lovely little resto.
I had the Tartatouille, which was chock-full of veggies, with a salad and a black bean soup and cucumber-lime water. I also sampled the Mixiote do Pollo, chicken and veggies cooked to perfection in a corn husk. There were other items on the menu that looked equally delectable but we were sated.
The location is really perfect, just on the periphery of the market and "smack dab" in the town centre. Because it's not "in" the market, it's not covered with sheet metal and so is a bit brighter than some of the other dining options. The prices were, I thought, quite reasonable.
And, it's an easy thing to stop nearby for some ice cream for dessert.
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