This celebrated villa-style North Loop spot combines sophisticated ambience with a seasonal menu of authentic Mexican classics. Start with quesadillas layered with poblano, chicken, or mushrooms; or go light with ceviche Veracruzano (with chiles, onion, tomato, and spices). Continue with a multilayered dish like the ancho relleno San Miguel—a roasted pepper stuffed with chicken, capers, raisins, and olives and topped with cilantro cream—or try the pollo pibil,
chicken baked in a banana leaf. Shrimp dishes are extraordinary. Yes, most of it is pricey for what you get, but we feel the lovely, romantic atmosphere makes up for it. The extravagant Sunday brunch is the quintessential upscale Austin weekend breakfast.
Jun 10, 2004
Need I say more? No, not really. The Sunday brunch is amazing!!
Jul 26, 2001
If you want enchiladas, fajitas, or tacos go somewhere else. If you want out of the ordinary Mexican food with a gourmet flavor this is the place.