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Eduardo de San Angel Restaurant Review: It goes without saying that no other Mexican restaurant in South Florida compares; it might also be true that not many in Mexico do either. The cuisine is called gourmet Mexicano, a marriage of European technical flair with the complexity of flavors from owner Eduardo Pria's native Mexico. Consider the top-to-bottom quality of ingredients that go into these dishes, and the prices, a bit higher than common Mexican restaurants, will seem like a bargain. Some of the outlandishly delicious dishes: sautéed Florida blue crab and yellow corn cakes with smoked chipotle chile sauce and Puebla-style mole; achiote-rubbed pork loin with honey and pasilla chile glaze with roasted yellow corn; and how about a trio of Colorado lamb chops brushed with cilantro-garlic oil and grilled, served with a mushroom tamale and duo of smoked chipotle and green tomatillo sauces? A modest, affordable wine selection pairs well with this masterful Mexican cuisine.