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  1. We tried the Ixtlahuacan Italian/Mexican restaurant today and found it to be excellent. We ate pasta with pesto/chicken and lasagna.. We also had tortilla soup. All excellent and more than reasonably priced. The place is called Alberelli and is located on the south side of Ixtlahuacan, Av. del Trabajo #165.Phone: 333 903 0338 To reach the restaurant from Chapala take the retouro for Ixtlahaucan and proceed south past the Pemex. Traveling in the lateral, in the second block turn right and you will see AlberelliĀ“s sign on the wall on your left. The sign is a bit misleading as the arrow points straight ahead and you really must turn left after one block In summary, turn right off the southbound carretera, pass one block, then immediately turn left, proceed 75 yards? and look for their parking lot entrance on your left. They are open 7 days a week, daily at 3PM.....on Sunday they open at 9AM for a Sunday buffet. The menu includes a number of Italian dishes including pizza. The manager is a woman who used to work at Cinco Potrillos and pursued Culinary studies in Guadalajara. I endorse this establishment.
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