Preserving the seasoning of its Spanish ancestors, Vida Mía is one of the two restaurants at Hotel Casavieja, located in one of the most traditional neighborhoods of San Cristóbal de Las Casas, Chiapas.
Recipes of yesteryear, a unique atmosphere, and memorable space, Vida Mía seduces us with authentic food, taught by the owners’ grandparents. Well prepared and generously served, the dishes promise to immerse us in a gastronomic experience that evokes the best of Spain and Mexico.
The perfect blend of the old and new world, the restaurant is an ode to the blending of cultures that is the destination of San Cristóbal de Las Casas, with its rich heritage and fascinating history, a romantic and fascinating city, where jewels like the Hotel Casavieja take us back to bygone times and make us time travel to the 18th century.
An old house in the center of San Cristóbal de Las Casas, Hotel Casavieja is a beautiful and colonial construction from the 18th century designed as a rest house. Now a magnificent hotel with 40 rooms, spacious and relaxing gardens, rooms, a well-cared cellar in the basement, and of course, two restaurants, Casavieja is part of Tesoros de México.
Spaces of heritage, history, traditions, design, and authenticity, the hotels that through their excellence manage to belong to Tesoros de México represent the true jewels of our country. This quality club consists of a magnificent collection of authentically Mexican hotels and restaurants.
Both the hotel and its restaurants are special and unique spaces that reflect different facets of Mexican culture and the strong Spanish influence that marks so many aspects of the history of our country.
The neighborhood where Casavieja is located is fascinating. In the current historic center of San Cristóbal de Las Casas, rooftops, flowery patios, corner balconies, Baroque facades, Neoclassical and Mudejar style buildings, colorful crafts, exquisite cuisine, ceremonies, processions, popular festivals, and ancient legends converge in a destination without equal in the beautiful state of Chiapas.
Source: Diario Judio