I reached the Medellin Market. This area is the heart of the Colombian, Venezuelan, and Caribbean communities in Mexico City, and the eateries surrounding the market reflect that.
I passed by the Caribbean restaurant where I had eaten a couple times before. One of the main attractions of that restaurant was its owner, a delightful lady from Haiti. I saw no sign of her however, so I decided to try someplace new.
On the corner there was a Spanish restaurant, and I went inside.
It's a tiny hole-in-the-wall place. The entire staff consists of two people, the waiter and the owner / chef.
I also ordered "serrano" ham with mushrooms.