El Madrigal Restaurant: Homemade Everything
The coolest thing I guess you could say was there were no menus. The waiter hand wrote on a napkin what the ladies in the kitchen had prepared for the day. There were four or five choices.
It was an open aired kind of place; felt great in there b/c it had just started raining shortly before. (We are in the raining season)
Favorite Dish: I had a pollo dish (chicken)...can't remember the exact name of it. Dave had a different chicken dish. Both were very good, served with rice and hot, fresh, yummy, corn tortillas....homemade! We washed it down with hybiscus juice! All in all it was 65 pesos...that's $6.50. And tipping here is only 10 %, but we ALWAY do more than that.
Tacotalpa Off The Beaten Path
Mountains in the Distance
I guess this is sort of off the beaten path. Just wanted to share the scenery in the background. We drove through some of the mountains in the area.
This photo was taken just on the edge of the town of Tacotalpa, outside of El Madrigal Restaurant where we ate.
Next time we go here we intend to hike.