A great place for those who wish to enjoy the traditional food of Monterrey. The house specialty is cabrito (kid goat). It is served in many different ... More
El Gran Pastor
A great place for those who wish to enjoy the traditional food of Monterrey. The house specialty is cabrito (kid goat). It is served in many different ways: pastor (sheperd) style, fried or in sauce, just to mention a few. You can also taste different cuts of grilled meat and accompany your meals with ample choices of salads, guacamole and melted cheese. A place with a one hundred percent family atmosphere which captures in its dishes, its style and its service, the excellence which characterizes the people of Monterrey.
On Monday night, January 11, 2010, I stopped by on my way to the hotel to eat. I ordered a leg of cabrito. I got a foreleg which was very small, about 6 oz of meat at most, the skin was cold, hard, tough as leather. I had to peel it off and ate what little meat the cold bones had. I had a cup of coffee which tasted horrible. No salad was provided as listed on the menu. A batch of cold tortillas, a small mound of cold refried beans. The waiters looked tired and careless, with no interest in service. They only came by to give me the bill. Out of sympathy I left a good tip. That night and the next morning I had remorse about eating there and will never be back. I should have left.
The "cabrito" is a regional meal it has a unique flavor, this remind me the Western�s roast, it has a great quality and the service is the best in town.
the decorated isn�t pretty good really i�d prefer a better interior design for price
Holiday Inn Express Galerias San Jeronimo is located approximately 25 miles from the Cola de Caballo Waterfall and 19 miles
from the Garcia Caves and Monterrey International Airport. This location is also within walking distance of an international restaurants ...