90 Seconds or Less

March 10, 2010

“We were looking for a place for a late Sunday lunch. I had picked up a copy of the Ajijic Dining Guide at SuperLake and notice El Jardin de Ninette was open on Sunday.

What a treat.

It’s a small place with covered and open dining. There were only five tables set, with seating at the bar and more chairs lining the outer garden wall.

The service was pleasant, attentive and efficient. The food we had was remarkable and obviously prepared by a trained chef.

We were immediately served a round of a slightly sparkling mate’ drink that was most refreshing.

The four of us split a cheese and pate’ plate and a marlin burrito appetizer. Both were beautifully presented and especially tasty.

For entree’s we chose the Thai Shrimp with Green Curry, the Pork Chops with a tamarind Sauce, Corvina in a white wine and cream sauce, and a second order of the marlin Burritos appetizer.

Each plate was exceptional, and the entrees ran from $110-$130 pesos. Beautifully presented and perfectly prepared!

I also added a pomegranate martini, which was the best I’ve ever had. All in all a special accidental find, and definitely one well return to next time we visit and eventually hopefully move there."

This review is the subjective opinion of a TripAdvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.

  • sarah McCoy

    Yummmmmmm can’t wait to eat there. Thanks for the tip, Sid

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