I had a Group of Australians comming up to eat in the restaurant as part of a recomendation from a local tour guide. We wanted to check out the place where we were going to eat but the ladies in the front desk were so...More
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Had lunch...good is ok....quesadillas delicious. Nothing to exciting. Was hoping for something more exciting.
This is a great spot for tourists because it is chock full of traditional Mexican patio sculptures and art.
The location is a few blocks from the Cathedral in Centro in an area which has a lot of Chinese restaurants (surprise). Big room, great service, fun art work everywhere. Best part - The Food was excellent and the Margaritas were great. After 8 years...More
I see the reviews for this place and was very excited to have a lunch there... what a deception! The place is exquisite and exotic but the food is terrible. I asked for a salmon and received a fish that looks more like a tilapia...More
This beautiful building constructed in the early 1600's was a convent and more recently is now a restaurant. We ate here twice in the last two days (unusual for us) and will likely go again before leaving this area. I suggest taking time to walk...More
For a Saturday night it was pretty sparse. Other places we passed while walking there had lines out the door. The food is toned down for the tourist taste. Flavors seem to be suppressed. Good for those from the mid-west who don't like too much...More
I read about this restaurant in one of my tourist books so we walked over from our hotel. The restaurant is dark - I had to use my cell phone flashlight to read the menu. My son had steak and I had prawns. We had...More
A must try! What about having a couple of very affordable and very generously served margharitas (56 pesos) while waiting for your order in the beautifull surroundings of an ancient colonial convention? Hard to béat for a culinary start. Well it gets still better after......More