Mexican restaurants in Real De Catorce
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Named after the droopy looking eucalyptus gum tree in the courtyard, this pleasant place conjures up a perkier range of pastas and an array of meat dishes (thankfully, not koala) - from rib eye to T-bone - and a selection of wines, from Chile to France. It's one of the priciest in town, but it's excellent quality cuisine.
With a quaint outdoor setting by a fountain (as well as plainer indoors), this pleasant place serves up a range of delights, from Mexican to Italian pastas. The salads - containing cabuche (cactus flower) - are particularly tasty.