Levadura de Olla


Calle de Manuel García Vigil 304, Centro
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Levadura de Olla is located in a large, bright mansion with an airy and open central patio, and most of the dishes are Oaxacan classics. That means you’ll find things like different types of mole, tamales, guacamole with grasshoppers, pork with chicatana ant sauce, creative sides of guava mole with shrimp, or a native tomato dish with beet puree and poleo vinaigrette. You can really come here any time—they’re open from breakfast until dinner—but we recommend lunch.

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