This place has great food with not much front to show for it, but once you get served you realize you made the right choice!
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Had the club sandwich our usual fall-back...quite tasty. We ate downstairs and looked out at the square. They have an upstairs curiously accessed around the corner an up a set of stairs. We thought it good and reasonably priced.
The service was excellent and the food was quick. Although my “enchiladas verdes”, albeit tasty, weren’t authentic and came with slices of chedder cheese (grocery store style cheese squares) on them which I thought was weird . Overall, I recommend this restaurant!
We were tired from traveling and wanted something easy. I had the Sopa de Aztica, which was very good, and the ceviche, which was garnished with strawberries (!) and was really delicious. And beers. The prices were very reasonable, the service was reasonably fast, and...More
This is a quaint little restaurant right on the Jardin in the historic center. It was close and ranked high on TA, but disappointing. We went as a group of 8. We waited 20 minutes for coffee, even though we were the first they served...More
This place had good reviews, so I came here with a few friends to enjoy some good quality seafood. However, this place does not have good quality seafood at all. I got the Tuna Steak and it was probably one of the worst I have...More
Located in the Jardin Union, La Bohemia has something for everybody. There is a daily fixed price 3-course menu at $100 pesos at the time of this review. The service is good. There are also tables upstairs, In September, they had good chiles en nogada.
Good food, quick and cheerful service, very cold beer, great prices: the perfect combination for a simple Mexican restaurant. Don't expect Michelin Stars; this is good, honest, traditional Mexican food.