Love the vibes in here. Fantastic food and services. Hipster interior. Definitely gonna come back again.
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Went here with my sister when I visited a few months ago and thought it was terrific. I got the dish where you get a bunch of everything + tortillas (sorry, can't remember the name, check the photo) and it was such a good meal....More
I'm from Mexico City, currently living in Switzerland, so few opportunities to eat REAL Mexican food. During my holidays in NYC I found this gem in Brooklyn. Don Arturo and his staff are rock stars. Best Mexican food outside of the country. A must try....More
We were staying in Brooklyn and decided to try this place out. It was Sunday night and we found the restaurant packed. Atmosphere was buzzing. We ordered the vegetarian platter which was enough for the two of us. Food was delicious and service excellent. Try...More
5 sisters on a weekend trip to Brooklyn. Someone suggested a restaurant on Franklin St. We found it but decided to check out the restaurant across the street (Chavela's). SO glad we did. Each sister ordered a different meal; I had the chile rellenos. Every...More
We are staying the neighbourhood and headed here after it was recommended by a local. We were not disappointed. First the guacamole was better than anything I could make at home with even the freshest ingredients and the margaritas that came with it were large....More
Went to Chavela's for Sunday Brunch (also available on Saturday) with a wide variety of Mexican egg dishes including huevos rancheros, and huevos divorciados and huevos ahogados (poached eggs on toast with chorizo and guacamole). Well prepared and presented. Only draw back only regular coffee...More
Found in Michelin guide and drove through un charted territory for a fantastic lunch with great service wholesome well prepared authentic ( for this gringo) dishes. Afterwards discovered this rapidly changing neighborhood. Highly recommend if in the hood but even worth traveling to!
Took my gf and two teenagers (not accustomed to Mexican food other than tacos), and my German Shepherd for dinner--they very nicely welcome dogs to the outdoor seating area (as many NYC restaurants can and do now legally and within the health code). Service was...More