Great place to kick the time for a bit over coffee + flan, maybe buy some Zapatista merchandise, or listen to live music. Enjoyed their chocoflan and the general vibe of the place.
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We went several times to this restaurant in a few days, the food is simply delicious, the service is always nice and the menu-card has a huge choice of dishes, the to order int his place are the traditional dishes of the region, the ingredients...More
I loved the place. It has a nice atmosphere where you can actually enjoy lunch. My friend and I visited the place to have lunch which was almost dinner and a musician stopped by and sang a beautiful song. There are many options available and...More
This restaurant it's very easy to find, since it's located on one of the andadores. A place is very unique since all around the restaurant and on tables you encounter heroes from revolution. They offer quite a variety of foods, from Mexican and local food...More
My friends and I had a quick lunch at Tierradentro, a place with an atmosphere that recalls Zapata with murales and paintings. The food is average, we had tacos and quesadillas. Service is good. Toilet should be cleaned better and more frequently.
TierrAdentro is the perfect way to live an important aspect of Chiapas: being a restaurant which support the zapatist community, it gives the chance informally and uncomplicately to get in touch with a movement that changed and still changes the shape of this Country. Simple...More
I started out with some unique herbal tea and the started trying their food, Very excellent, clean, delicious and I have been going there every day. I love the experience.
Quite laid back and bohemian centrally located in the "Andandor Guadalupe" about half a block from the town square and Cathedral. This place is full of posters and subversive propaganda of the EZLN and has a large indoor patio. I was told it was a...More
Located on one of the andador streets, the restaurant served a number of basic but good mexican dishes. The service was prompt. The real draw are the Zapatista photos and memorabilia which adorn the restaurant.