Mexican food. Clean, open front to the street.
Favorite Dish: We had the breaded boneless chicken breast with rice and a small salad.
We both had the same meal. I had two Cokes and hubby had two Corona's, and the bill came to $120 peso's. (approx $12 U.S.)
And, we had dinner with a lovely couple from New Zealand.
Overpriced and catered for American/European people. $14 breakfasts....that is a racket in Mexico...someone is getting rich owning that place. Food isn't that great either. Try across the street at Hotel Margarita...the food is cheap and VERY good.
This little restaurant if located just off the main plaza and serves great home-cooked meals. We asked to see the menu and the woman in the kitchen just listed off the options. We made our selection and in a short while we had huge plates full of fresh Mexican comida. I had the pollo adobada and it was very good.
Located right at the bottom base of the butterfly sanctuary. There you'll only find small wooden places where locals prepare typical food at the moment. Freshly made tortillas, tamales, etc.
Won't be suggested to picky foreigners as you might think it is not clean, but that kind of places you'll find everywhere around Mexico and they are nice.
Favorite Dish: Atole (hot corn beverage) with tamales (corn snacks filled with chicken or pork).
You won't find too many options but this might be a good place. Located right in front of the main plaza. That day was the super bowl so we got there as it was the only place with a TV.
The food was nice and very clean.
Favorite Dish: Nice home made food. Pollo con mole might be a good choice (chicken with chocolate/peanut/chili sauce), very typical.