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Eduardo de San Angel

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Eduardo de San Angel Review

Authentic chilies, spices, and herbs enhance classic seafood, meat, and poultry dishes at this inviting Mexican enclave known for its hospitality. Specialties are beef-tenderloin tips sautéed with portobello mushrooms and onions in a chipotle-chili sauce, terrific peppercorn-crusted Keys yellowtail, and delicious cilantro soup.

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  • Closed Sun.
Updated: 05-17-2013

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    Delicious latin cooking

    Wine, stuffed pablano, carne asado, snapper, all delicious, excellent preparation and presentation. Wine and beer only, portions are not large so enjoy an appetizer. It always seems cool in the dining areas, take a sweater.

    by scottys511, 9/30/12
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    Not worth the price

    Last review posted 2005. After waiting 25 minutes past our reservation time we were finally seated. Turned out the dining room was half empty to begin with. The appetizer of stuffed pepper was good as was the black bean soup. The main course was fair but by the time we finally got our check (30) minutes wait for that with no offer of dessert but watching dessert trays go by us, we both had sodium overdoses. So we stopped at the nearest 7-11 for water. Super salty
    and better than you wait staff, but if your super rich or total euro, they'll love you. For the rest of us who appreciate excellent cuisine for the price
    and an attentive staff look elsewhere

    by mateo21, 1/16/08

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