The restaurant has an elegant, Old World atmosphere with white tablecloths, a fellow playing the piano, and very formal service.
Alejandro started with cold strawberry soup, which he said was very good.
Our meal was very good, as were the atmosphere and service. It was rather expensive by Mexican standards. With dessert and beverage the bill for the two of us came to $55 U.S. I couldn't help but compare this place with a Polish restaurant in the Cleveland area called "Babushka's". Unfortunately "Babushka's" closed when the owner retired, but for a long time it was a favorite of mine. It was a "no-frills" place, and much cheaper, but the food was excellent... better than "Mazurka". I think that John Paul II would have enjoyed it.