Really cheap and tasty toasted Mexican breads , they are very generous in size so would recommended splitting 1 if you're trying to save, they are only 45 pasos or less!
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Food was good. Good place to experience local foods. Tried the tlayudas and beef tacos. Service was good. Cute little restaurant.
We have eaten here several times and it's always consistent. Laid back service and great, fresh food at affordable prices. Eg currently 4 tacos for 36 pesos. We also loved the tostadas, alambres and horchata! Menus are English and Spanish but servers don't always speak...More
The food was very good, we had some tacos which were good but nothing special, the place was very dark and grimey-looking tho, looked dirty and lighting was poor, staff was indifferent and rude at times, it was really inexpensive, i'll never go back tho.
Prices were cheap and staff were friendly enough. The chicken & cheese tlayuda was big and filling, and tasty enough, but it was pretty plain, and I wouldn't call it great. Decent meal for a good price and beer was only 20 pesos when cheapest...More
The food here is really yummy. The only thing that they could do better is help out the English speaking tourists. Everything is in Spanish, but the food is excellent. There were 3 different types of hot sauce and go hungry, large portions.
Get off your rear and get out of your hotel and try some authentic Mexican food. Tlayudas are a Oaxaca national dish and it's a oversized tortilla that is dried and then is sort of like a pizza/quesadilla in one it can be filled with...More
I spent a month in Oaxaca and ate a lot of tlayuda. The ones from this restaurant were good and affordable. Service was quick and friendly. We also tried the mole negro with chicken thigh. It was good but lacked the depth of flavor that...More
We have travelled Mexico for many decades but this was out first time to Oaxaca and wanted to ensure we had local fare. TLEYUDAS as exactly that.... and large very thin corn shell roasted over hot coals and filled with almost everything: beans, meats, avocado,...More