This restaurant is elegant yet informal and is one of the city's trendy spots. It is patronized by many of the country's artists who give it a laid ... More
This restaurant is elegant yet informal and is one of the city's trendy spots. It is patronized by many of the country's artists who give it a laid back and interesting atmosphere. It offers excellent Mexican food and impeccable service. An invitation for the senses, this establishment offers Fish Tacos, Blackened Marinated Chicken or Mexitli Steak (tender meat in Huitlacoche Sauce). For dessert the Hot Chocolate Cake with Vanilla ice cream is suggested. It is best to make reservations in advance on weekends.
if you think this is a classic mexican restaurant you are getting the wrong idea. Is the worst restaurant in mexico, the tacos have no flavor and the other main dishes and soup as well. After eating in so many other restaurants, this is the worst option for food. However if you want to have drinks and listen mariachis, yes they do have a nice ambiance and music...but I suggest you eat in another place and then you go there just for drinks
this is another overrated restaurant in the Polanco area. The food is average with nothing really standing out. I can assure that any, well, most street taco vendors have better tasting food, with a fraction of the ridiculous prices at this place. right from the start, a native can tell this place is catering to foreigners, any person native to Mexico can tell you, our restaurants do not look like that! you can find better food and cheaper at Zona Rosa
Located in the old historical center of the city, in what were once the confines of the Sexta Inspección police
department, this museum displays the history of the local police and security forces. The permanent collection covers the period ...
The main feature of this place, as with most of the restaurants in Condesa, is that several tables are set
on the sidewalk. It's great for people who want to watch the world go by while drinking their coffee, ...
Inaugurated in 1655, this sober looking Baroque church was once part of the Real Convento de la Concepción, a religious
center founded by the first bishop of Mexico (Fray Juan de Zumárraga). It is also famous for being the ...