I was taken here for lunch. Rustic decor was attractive, especially in the semi-exposed garden area in the back, although we were annoyed by flies.
An extensive menu with many vegetarian options, but lots more. My friend had ravioli stuffed with spinach and cheese in a light tomato sauce - she loved the dish, but was overwhelmed by its accompaniments: a very large (and delicious) salad and a variety of steamed vegetables.
I ordered chiles rellenos, which was not Mexican style. Instead it was a roasted chile dulce (not picante) stuffed with a relleno whose main ingredient was pejibaye (a palm fruit). The chile was not breaded and fried, but serve plain and was really delicious. It came with rice and beans, as well as smaller portions of steamed vegetables and salad.
I ordered a not too sweet (a good thing) lemonade with ginger (another option was with pineapple).
The menu was extensive and creative, with some dishes inspired from local recipes, others from Italian or Mexican dishes.
Worth going back!
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