Pork cuts, barbecued borrego (lamb), Quesadillas (melted cheese folded fried taco), Sopes (meat or potato-filled taco) and Huaraches (tortilla with ... More
Pork cuts, barbecued borrego (lamb), Quesadillas (melted cheese folded fried taco), Sopes (meat or potato-filled taco) and Huaraches (tortilla with beans, stew and sauce, shaped like its shoe namesake) are but some of the Mexican delicacies served here. With a seating capacity of more than 1,000 diners, the service is good. Dishes are prepared in an open-view kitchen and the atmosphere is festive, fun and noisy. It's an ideal place to visit with a group of friends. There is a small bullring to fight a calf and occasional novilladas (toreador wannabes fight steers) are held.
Opened in 1972, this restaurant has established itself as one the most prestigious taquerias, not only because of its exquisite
tacos and grilled meats, but also because of its delicious cheese, which, has an incomparable taste. Traditional Mexican soup, ...
This restaurant bar and its sophisticated clientele are sure to satisfy the taste of Polanco's executives and other seafood enthusiasts.
Fisher's offers a new concept, serving fish and shellfish in a casual and relaxed atmosphere. Its decor resorts to ...
The Hyatt Regency Mexico City is located within the Polanco area, approximately two miles from Zona Rosa and seven miles
from Mexico City International Airport. The hotel overlooks Chapultepec Park and is within walking distance of the Chapultepec Castle. ...