This restaurante was recommended by our hotel desk for local food, late evening dinner. The restaurant has been there since 1910, and the building looks like it's been there much much longer. It was quite beautiful and romantic. Many Mexican revolution themed decorations, like a giant Poncho Villa wanted poster... Picture earthy red color walls, small enclosed courtyard area open to the stars. Seating was garden patio styled, thin wrought iron with cushions.
The food was very good, local cuisine. Really loved sorbet thing we ordered for dessert. The waiter spoke very decent English and could explain everything on the menu and answer most questions. We paid in cash, I'm not sure if they took credit card.
They're located on the block just west of the main plaza, on calle 41 (the street in front of the cathedral).
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