This restaurant purports to be "authentic Mexican food," but that doesn't tell us much. After all, not all authentic American, French, or Chinese food is necessarily good. I have eaten in some 20 countries, and the food varies in quality just as it does here at home. I found the offerings to be both very good and somewhat disappointing. It is absurd that this place would be rated # 1 or in the top ten in The Woodlands. Not many discerning people would rate it that high, even if they think it's a good place to eat. I do want to try their bakery. Viva Itacate does have merit.
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