Mi Puebla in Mt Airy
I ate there for the first time last night. Very cute server - approximately 3' 8." My son and I split nachos which were perfectly ordinary except for a nice fresh mango salsa.
There must be 50 or more entrees to choose from - which may explain why this place gets such mixed reviews. I'm sure some items are much better (or worse) than others. My son had something with scallops and lotsa other stuff. He liked it; I thought it was just OK. I had the enchiladas with mole poblano. The first taste was a bit of a shock - the chocolate was more pronounced than I was expecting. But it was like running into the ocean; I got used to it quickly. And the more I ate the more I liked. Very tasty with a nice heat at the back of the throat.
I finished with ricotta cheesecake, which was very good, and accompanied by what may be the biggest strawberry I've ever seen. Coffee was excellent. In fact, the next time I order coffee at McMenamin's - which is right across Germantown Ave - I'm going to ask them if they would please fetch it from across the street.
I'm glad to hear you had a satisfactory dinner at Mi Puebla. After several disappointing attempts, I'm done, which is very sad to say with the dirth of restaurants in the area. If only it were a true tacqueria...the food is just so, how to say it, not good? They should dump the Roller's inspired selections and learn to cook authentic Mexican (in my opinion).