A little way out of town, but well worth the bus ride to get there. Unique but very enjoyable food.
I had "Chili en Nogada - which was a poblano chili stuffed with beef and rice covereed in a cream sauce with pomegranite. Wife had Pollo de Cilantro - Chicken covered with a celantro cream sauce. Both were very good.
Service was great. the sandia agua fresca and limonada natural were both an added bonus
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