"Stopped for lunch after mass. I had been hearing how great this place was, and boy, was the information right. It was around noon when we walked in, not a lot of people so we were sat right away. We ordered jugos frescos. I got the jugo verde--made with apple, celery, spinach--really tasty. I wanted to try it all, but decided on the tlayuda with wild prawns. It's a huge flour tortilla with black bean paste, cheese, cabbage, tomatoes, and prawns. It comes with salsa. It's yummy salsa, not spicy-just perfect. Everything was fresh and full of flavor.
The service was good. Our sever was polite. Will come back with my parents."
"There are plenty of generic Mexican restaurants around Sac. Props to Mezcalito for bringing regional flare with their menu of Oaxacan favorites. The food is delicious and the presentation is beautiful. The covered patio is air-conditioned in the summer so it's pleasant even on a 95-degree day. Mezcalito is a bit off the beaten path but totally worth driving a few extra minutes out of the way for."
"Finally. It's taken 2 years, but I finally found a good, authentic, Mexican restaurant in the area. Being from SoCal I'm extremely judgmental on Mexican food, and have been a bit disappointed until now. The food at Mezcalito is nothing short of excellent. My favorite by far is the Al Pastor, but everything I've had has been awesome. If you've never had Oaxacan food, do yourself a favor and get down there."