Got takeout from both last Friday night. From Angela's we got the guacamole(consistently to die for) which when they pack it up they throw one of the avacado pits in, which Luis says helps keep the guac from going brown. We also got the ceviche tostada, the chilaquiles, and the chicken mole enchiladas. Everything was delicious as usual, though the chilaquiles were a little spicy for my crews tastes ( we got them with the green sauce). Does anyone know if there is muck of a spice different between the red and green.
Also of note, Luis indicated that business had slowed down in the last few weeks. To bring that home, it was a Friday at 6:30 and there was only one table eating.
Tried the aji de gallina from Betos. Would have gotten a chicken, but I had roast chicken for lunch. The aji de gallina was yummy. Of note, I have almost always had it where the chicken is shredded. In this case, it was in pieces. Affected the consistency a little bit. There was a green aji sauce on the side which a good flavor and a little bit of a kick. Also got a package of alfajores, which I will need at some point to compare to the ones I have gotten at Rincon Limeno. Has anyone tried the chicken at Betos?
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