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Eduardo de San Angel Restaurant Review: Eduardo de San Angel Gourmet Mexicano resembles a small Spanish-style hacienda with unique artwork, candles and fresh flowers. The cuisine is a marriage of European technique with the chile-enriched, complex flavors of Mexico. Novel dishes to try are the sautéed Florida blue crab with smoked chipotle chile sauce and Puebla-style mole with yellow corn cakes; achiote-rubbed pork loin with honey and pasilla chile glaze; and a trio of grilled Colorado lamb chops brushed with cilantro-garlic oil served with a mushroom tamale. There’s also black bean ravioli in walnut cream sauce and ancho chile crêpes with asadero cheese in squash blossom sauce. A modest, affordable wine selection pairs well with this Mexican cuisine.