I can’t remember the exact name of this steak. It was wide, but very thin. The meat was a little fatty and not the most tender beef I’ve ever had, but it was meaty and savory enough to please me. Not good enough for me to close my eyes, but it was only about seven dollars, whatever that isvin pesos. It was two weeks ago and I’ve already forgotten the prices of things in Ciudad de México.
It was a steak, roasted potatoes, a tostada covered with refríed beans and green beans.
After I added sauces it looked like the above.
A bowl of consommé with some beans was my first course.
The food court I mentioned is called El Mercado San Camilton, located on the north side of Plaza Garibaldi.