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    San Angel Inn

    How is San Angel Inn? How was the food. I've never been there but i am considering going there. Should I?

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    My family goes everytime we visit. We think it is very good with a nice atmosphere. Long lines but worth it. There is a market place out front of the resteraunt so there is plenty to look at while you wait.

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    Atmosphere is great and the food is very good. But if you are looking to have a wet burrito or some nacho's then this probably isn't the best choice. They do priority seating and I highly recommend doing so if you plan to eat there.

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    I love Mexican food. The first time I went to Disney, I wanted to eat there so bad but I was with a friend who did not like Mexican at all. So the last time I went I insisted that my family eat there. It was well worth it. The food was very, very good. If I remember correctly, they did have something my then 5 year old daughter would eat, because she won't eat much Mexican yet either. The atmosphere was great to. It's so pretty in there. Also, and most importantly, they had great margaritas. The one downside was the lines. We called to make reservations and still had to wait about 45 minutes, but considering we went the day after Thanksgiving, I don't think that was to bad. I highly recomend it.

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    Thanks for the info. Sounds like this is a definate must! I have scene it once when i was on the El Rio De Tempo boat ride in Mexico. It looks awesome.

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    Good...

    We have always made it a point to go there. The food is great, only not quite as spicy as out TexMex here in Texas. Definitely worth a visit.
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    The food is great (Try the mole' poblano for something different!). The atmosphere is great. The whole pavillion is great, FIESTA!
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