I was in the area today so I swung by just to ask a few questions and pick up the menu and wine list.
The menu is pretty giddy inducing - at least for strange old me - who is now fascinated by anything that smacks of Alta Cocina (after experiencing Frida).
Alice - I am sorry I couldnt answer you very well yesterday - this is next on my radar. I think I might save it for my birthday in a month - because it is quite exciting.
Jim Strain and Phee first posted about this place in some classic Chowhound style posts.
First of all - I love the design and ambiance.
They just started serving breakfast on the weekends - which is tempting, to say the utter least.
See the Breakfast Menu:
- Fresh pressed Juices
- House made marmalades
- Pan dulce - Baked in House
- Pancakes with cajeta and bannanas
- Oax Tamales
& EN is gonna love this:
- Shredded Lobster Machaca
A Sampling of the Regular Menu (those that make my heart skip a beat the most):
- Cold Smoked Marlin Tiradito
- Green Ceviche
- Shrimp and crab chile relleno with Pine nut sauce and Pom seeds
-[JOSH] 6 hour Braised Kourabuta Pork Belly - Chile Morita and Tomatillo salsa, uacmole, small flour tortillas.
- Many Cazuelitas
- Ouzo Calamari
-[EN] Chicharron de Borrego taco set
- Oax tamales
>>"Romescos Signature tacos"<<
- Beef tongue in Pipian
- TACOS DE FIDEO! ["Abuelitas"]
- Beef Cheek Tacos with Arbol
- Duck Flautas
- Gobernadores (mesquite grilled shrimp and mozz with gr. hab salsa)
I am sorry I didnt pay attention earlier.