From the wine based margaritas to the knowledgable and enthusiastic staff, it's a consistently impressive evening. Normally we review dishes, and not restaurants, but this is an exception, with so many incredible dishes we just can't pick one.
What: Eduardo de San Angel Restaurant
If you read the reviews on Eduardo's, you'll hear a consistent theme that it's not the "typical" Mexican restaurant. Some folks refer to it as international cuisine with a Mexican influence, or high-end Mexican cuisine. Whatever you call it, it's awesome!
- Appetizers - Grilled Sliced Eggplant Roulade Au Gratin, Gulf Shrimp Ceviche, Roasted Poblano Peppers Filled with Florida Blue Crab and the Black Bean soup.
- Entrees - Ancho Chile Flavored Crepe filled with Cuitlachoche (blue corn fungus), Serano Chiles and onions with melted Asadero cheese and a Squash blossom sauce, Trio of Colorado Lamb Chops and Key Lime Oil Brushed Loin of Yellow Fin Tuna are all amazing.
Equally impressive is the staff and the service. They are as knowledgable about the food, the preparation and why all the ingredients work, as any you'll ever meet. The staff are professionals. It is clear that this is, and has been, their passion and occupation. Similar to high performance cars requiring highly skilled mechanics, they are essential to the experience.