We too, had read the New Yorker review, so 5 of us, in two separate cabs, headed into the Oaxacan suburbs to check it out. One cab got there immediately and the other got lost - but eventually we all gathered at this warm, homey place. We had made reservations and were escorted through the intimate family setting into a charming outdoor courtyard at the back. The staff were friendly, welcoming and brought us a bottle of the house mescal and the tasting menu which we were all very pleased to sample. Most memorable was the plantain dumplings. La Teca started out as an experiment, but it will now be on our to-do list for the next visit to Oaxaca.
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