Great option for a quick breakfast of regional food. The food is very good although the menu options are limited but they compensate with a good and fast service.
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We ate here three times during our week-long visit (two breakfasts and a lunch). The food is simple but excellent -- their tlayuda, the local specialty, was the best of several we tried during our visit. Meals are is well-prepared and well-presented, and the staff...More
Consuelo and I found the standardized menu, with very reasonable prices, a little suspicious. Perhaps the kitchen was cutting corners and the plastic menu was determined by some office in Guadalajara? The daily menu meal wasn't available: all sold out at 6:30. The soup of...More
Tío Guero is a favorite restaurant during our stays in Oaxaca. The food is great - the comida daily menu extends into the evening, selection runs from moles to a fabulous chilies en nogada preceded by a wonderful soup and followed by a small dessert....More
We ate here last night, based on a recommendation from our hotel. They advertise hours from 7:30 to 8:30pm on a flyer, but to 11pm at the restaurant. We were welcomed and seated ahead of those hours at 7:15pm. The walls are covered with art...More
We enjoyed this place very much. We both had the pork with mole - mine Negro and my husband´s Rojo. Came with soup and rice. Small, comfy place and the service was very good. We would eat here again.
We went here specifically because they serve chile en nogada which we learned to really enjoy several years ago in Mexico City. We were not disappointed with the food. The chile en nogada with pork filling was delicious. By the time we finished our meal...More
Service excellente. Chile rellenos were cooked with only an egg batter so those of us with gluten allergies can rejoice. De todos modos, no hay ningun razon de usar harina. There is no reason to use flour anyway. The waiter/chef also understand dairy allergies. El...More
It's been quite a challenge to find a place to eat vegetarian mole in Oaxaca, so it was great to finally see it on the menu somewhere! The mole was really delicious and the food generally was very simple but good. Interestingly the vegetarian mole...More
We love this pleasant restaurant on García Vigil. Friendly, airy, decent art on the walls, excellent service, the comida costs a little more than you might spend mid-afternoon though nothing outrageous--the food is very well-prepared, well-served. Easily worth a visit.