Sol de Mexico!

Since Xoco and Frontera were closed, the backup plan was Sol de Mexico, a 20 minute train and bus ride from our hotel.

We started the meal with an appetizer platter of crispy chicken taquitos, ceviche tostadas, quesadillas and guacamole. My favorite would be the ceviche, everything else was mediocre.

I did have an amazing horchata, filled with condensed milk (still doesn't beat El Faralito in San Francisco though!) and a decent meal of their house specialty, chicken mole. Chicken was unfortunately dry, but the mole was complex and full of flavor.

Most likely wouldn't go back, wish Rick Bayless' restaurants were open! That just means I'll have to come back to Chicago. ;)

One year ago: Monday Mornings, Part 2

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