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We just had a delicious dinner at the new La Hacienda de San Angel at the Mexican pavilion. The restaurant is beautifully decorated -- they told us that everything in there was imported from Mexico. The menu has many things that looked interesting, with the waitress's recommendation I settled on the flank steak which is a Mexican classic. I preceded that with black bean soup which was very flavorful and light for a black bean soup -- with a bit of heat in it. My only complaint was that the soup to tortilla strip ratio was a bit off, I would put about half as many chips in the soup. It did not disappoint, it was very nicely seasoned and cooked perfectly. It came with the little handmade corn tortillas which I have come to associate with authentic mexican cooking, as well as black refried beans and rice which were also delicious. The steak was topped with a corn tamale and a cream sauce. All in all, it wa