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  1. A new restaurant, Palé, located on the carretera next to Sherwin Williams paints (lakeside, across from Las Salvias, a bit east of Perry's Pizza and Casa del Plomero, for west-siders' reference) has opened and is a lovely new spot to try. It is small, with seating for about 20 or so, nicely appointed with light woods, linens and a/c, and is owned and managed by two young brothers from Murcia, Spain. They, and their restaurant venture here in Ajijic, are both delightful. The menu is small: a few pizzas, some appetizer and entrée salads, and the mains focus on fish and duck--I saw no chicken or beef entrées listed. Today for lunch three of us ordered two main courses of the duck breast with a blueberry sauce served with rosemary-scented rice and a pepperoni pizza, both of which were delicious. They have tablecloths on the table, light wood décor, and a variety of wines by the glass. The meal was not inexpensive but, hey, I ordered the duck, 2 wines, and a dessert for $400. One of my companions--a duck fiend--said it was the best duck she has ever had. A patron at another table had a duck salad, served with a parmesan "cup" on top of the duck. Another at our table very much enjoyed the pizza and took some home to enjoy for another meal. The hospitality, cleanliness, and quality of the food rank it up with some of our "higher-end"dining establishments.They are working on a Facebook page and currently open at 12:30 for lunch (although I'd go a bit later to give them a chance to get that oven up to temperature) and I do not recall which day they are closed. We definitely are going back...just wanted to share the good news that Carlos and Máximo have a lovely new place to share with us. Please give them a try!
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