Pick this option for a relaxed ambiance, marimba and decent local food. Be smart and ask for some options to share, if you need more ask for more options.
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Enjoyed our breakfast. We are always looking for an American type breakfast and not easy to find but this was a good egg breakfast. Hope to go back again.
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nice place to have the local food of chiapas, handmade tortillas are really good. the chayote desserte is extremely original and good!
Thank you so much for your opinion. We hope you continue to enjoy Chiapas!!
If you want to try local dishes surrounded by local waiters and marimba music this is the place to be. The waiters are wearing the Chamula attire and the plates are very local. The menú is wide and has funny sayings all around it. You...More
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This is an obvious tourist trap in the Centro Historico, so we were pleasantly surprised by the good food and excellent service. We had the Parrillada Chiapaneca, which is the best meat dish they prepare. It includes beef, chicken, ham, smoked sausage, longaniza and pork...More
Thank you very much for your comment. We enjoyed knowing that they enjoyed their stay and the food. Best regards!
Not a great experience, service is bad and time waiting terrible. Food is average and there are better places to eat traditional food around.
Good morning. We regret that you have not enjoyed your food. We are one of the few restaurants that work to rescue the gastronomy of our city.
I realized after tasting the food in Oaxaca, the food in SanCristobal De La Casas does not interest me anymore. The Mole, as recommended by the staff, was just average. The Mole sauce was pretty good but the meat was not tender and juicy. I...More
Wow, our hotel concierge recommended this awful restaurant to my colleague. I knew it was gonna be bad when I spotted the cheesy decor and all the gringos...it was MUCH WORSE than I expected. The most insipid tamales I've ever rated in my life...seriously! My...More
This was a good choice to have typical Chiapas food. The place has a nice decoration, the staff is dressed up accordingly, they have live marimba music and freshly hand-made tortillas. The food was good and served very fast and they had regional artisan beer...More