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Friday, 05 February 2016



Thanks for the post! We love Mexico City style food, but would you say the cooking is better than Ranas?


Oh wow, what a find. If only I could get some good corn smut in satx.


Thank you for reading, Ken. We do like Rana but I think the food at Canela is a bit better; maybe because of the limited menu, maybe because it is new to us. The atmosphere of Rana is fancier- more for a date night (and that isn't of concern to us).

When it's out of season, I will buy huitlacoche (and squash blossoms) in a can- Goya makes both and I do love Goya products, Bill.

Ed  (from Yuma)

That does look good - and different.


Sometimes it is difficult to get the great flavors to translate via the photos, Ed. We've really liked the food here. Nice people too.


Nice find! We had pozole and mole de olla along with a mushroom quesadilla for dinner last night. We liked all of our items especially the quesadilla. We will definitely be back to try some of those enchiladas!


So happy to know you found -and liked- this little place, LL. The food is of such quality, we are trying to go through the whole menu by dropping in at least once a week, even if for a snack.

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