On the suggestion of "comestible" I decided to give this place another try after a mediocre experience severals years back. Since then, they have changed owners and have improved greatly. I had a very nice pozole in a spicy broth with a hearty mixture of hominy and shredded pork and topped with fresh lettuce and avocado. Some obreros at an adjoining table were enjoying large platters of carne asada, chili rellenos (half size little devils) and chiliquillas, the only meal they'll need for a week I'm sure. The menu has some interesting items for the adventurous namely steamed maciza (cow's head) and ojo (eye) that's ready to fill a taco or three. You can also get a suspiro de monja (nun's sigh) or chupacabra torta, one can only guess what that involves but someone has a sense of humor. Definitely worth some more trips.