Angelopolitano is small restaurant that offers chicken in mole, pepian, and other traditional food from Puebla.
Their mole is based on a recipe from a 19th Century cookbook handed down from generation to generation. It is served quite simply, on a piece of chicken and rice.
You can also have a champandongo, a dish made of beef, tortillas, mole and cheesed and cooked on the oven like a casserole.
It even offers cemitas, the Puebla version of the street sandwich in New York or the torta in Mexico City.