Historic. From the moment you arrive this restaurant makes a strong first impression with both a glass enclosed and open kitchen area, it's a treat watching the work of culinary artistry. Request a table with a stunning view of the Zocala and adjacent cathedral. The chef pushes the envelope of creativity with rabbit tamales, tostada escamoles (ant eggs) and lechon (suckling pig.) The team service is spot on, attentive without being intrusive. Save room for the tamarind macaroons or guayabana mousse.
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