We are coffee snobs and consider paying for a coffee to be worthy of the time and cost. Not so here. Sorry guys, nice place though.
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Always been intrigued by this darling little restaurant tucked in a courtyard off the street. Actually have stopped by three different times on past trips. Must have always come early (they open for lunch at 1:00 or come by on a Tuesday, the one day...More
I happened into this place one day to buy coffee beans, but noticed the great plates of food others were eating. We decided to return for lunch two days later. I ordered the Aztec soup, one of my favorites. My husband had a more hearty...More
What a nice little place...I stopped here twice, once solo and once with friends. On the first visit, I enjoyed crepes and sat outside on their patio. The food was good and the price was very reasonable. On the second occasion, enjoyed a nice glass...More
My husband and I stopped here mid afternoon today for a cappuccino and nutella crepes - you can't go wrong. They were great plus the atmosphere is very quaint and relaxing. We plan to return for a dinner during our stay here.
Lebanese food in Mexico, who knew. We were heading out and were a little late, but want to immediately. We stopped at this place and had the humus and egg plant dips along with the bread salad. Both were very good. A little too much...More
My wife and I stopped at La Finestra and sat outside to enjoy a wine. Our server was so nice, even though he was extremely busy...inside was very crowded. We didn't try the food, however we enjoyed the atmosphere. No complaints here.
I was disappointed with the pork special. Pastillo sauce was nothing special, and the pork was just thin shaved and, again nothing special. A bit of sliced zucchini helped, but the plain white rice and white bread added little. Seemed a bit overpriced, too. The...More