You know, when you eat in a restaurant at the crossroads of a town at the entrance of a national park, you don't have high expectations: actually, you expect the food to be a little ratty. This wasn't like that at all -- we were very pleasantly surprised. I got a salad plate, and all of it was fresh and crisp; one of us had the mushrooms (the "cultured mushrooms") and another of us had the chile rellenos, all of which were much, much better than you'd expect in a tourist restaurant. The french fries and the pie weren't quite up to the standard of everything else -- the fries could have used another minute in the deep fryer -- but they were pretty good, too. Oh, and the service was friendly. I'd go back.
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