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We came across this restaurant wandering down the street, looked inside and it looked inviting. It had a sign for an all-inclusive breakfast for 50 pesos, a very reasonable price.
We went ahead and ordered two plates of enchiladas. The food was delicious, and we...More
I loved spending the day shopping and cooking with Jose. The space itself is quite fun, with high ceilings and in the middle of a courtyard. We first made a plan of what to cook based on what I was into, rather than some pre-planned,...More
Sandra and I took a cooking class with chef Jose and we simply loved it.
Knowing Mexican cuisine (and especially Oaxacan cuisine) has surprised us by the high degree of complexity it has, but at the same time chef Jose showed us how fun and...More
It started all very well with creating a menu, going to the foodmarket and did some mezcal tasting. But when we got to the cooking part everything was very unorganized, i was constantly asking what i could do. It seemed like half of the ingredients...More
I tucked classes with Jose Luis and it was amazing, is a great Chef!!!! I had amazing time and I learn a lot, the best was the dinner and after we go out to Elefante, very nice bar, I want to take another class, very...More
Chef Jose Luis is serious, unpretentious... possibly the best chef in town. What he can do with moles, mushrooms, eggs, and other ordinary products is a mystery. And if I were interested in cooking rather than eating, I would become his student.
We ate breakfast...More
At the time of writing, an undiscovered farm to table gem. Breakfast was great, hot chocolate made in a traditional style with orange peel and ginger was great. Food was excellent and the kids liked watching them prepare things.
The building isn't really renovated so...More
If you like sophisticated takes on cuisine rooted in history and tradition, you will love Chilhuacle Rojo. For a very reasonable sum of 125 pesos, I had a four-course breakfast plus fresh juice, tea and coffee. The food was all incredibly fresh, delicious, inventive, and...More
As we were a large group (18) we did not order from the menu. Instead, our guide had asked the chef to prepare his choice for a light dinner. The results were delicious. Black bean soup, with ginger, Brussels sprouts, and carrots. Two moles with...More
Hands down the best hands on experience. One of the best days in Oaxaca- if not the best-. As soon as we arrive we were surprise by the beautiful display of chilis on the wall and a fresh cactus fruit. We had a round table...More