photo credit: Gavin Higgins
The best thing about Celti is its warm, homey vibe. The second best thing is the chiles en nogada, made of poblano peppers stuffed with beef and pork and topped with a creamy walnut sauce. We also love the sopes and chile rellenos, but it’s crucial that you save room for the fluffy cornbread. Plan to spend a bit of time here, and maybe ride a bike—the meal is relaxed and slow (in a good way), and it’s a little bit outside the main downtown area.
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