My favorite part of the restaurant is the view of Zocalo (town square), the Catedral, and Templo Mayor. The restaurant is on the 3rd floor and you can dine outdoors.
Favorite Dish: Things I liked:
The margaritas were good (and strong).
Beef with mustard sauce (Los Medallones de Filete Don Coco)
Dessert - Crepes with Apple and Ice Cream (Las Crepas de Manzana de la Casa)
this place accepts american express cards which should have tipped me off to the fact that the prices would be a little expensive. however, it is about the same as an american restaurant.
the food is really great and the atmosphere is probably the most beautiful i have ever seen
Favorite Dish: the cilantro soup is creamy and unique!
the mango sorbet dessert is not to be missed...it is even better than i am making it sound
Near Tempo Mayor. A 16th century building which used a wall of the ruins. It over looks the Catedral from the rooftop which is where you want to eat. Here you are blessed by both gods, the Aztecs and the Roman one.
Didn't have reservations but was early. I would suggest that you make reservations for dinner at this place.
Favorite Dish: Excellent cuisine worth every peso.
Beautiful decor and neat location. However, we skipped this restaurant after looking at the menu. For lunch, starters were US$5 - US$8 and main dishes were US$17 - US$20.
Favorite Dish: Don't know since we turned around.
Immediately behind the cathedral, spread over 4 floors. Enter a traditional (if slightly crumbling) colonial house, small courtyard (dark wood, yellow ochre paintwork, plants galore) leading to staircase ascending to a couple of well presented, discrete bars and on to the top floor where the restaurant is located. Eat indoors or al fresco, with the terrace superbly located overlooking the cathdral (from the rear). Tinkling fountain, extensive foliage, very polite service and very good food all add up to an excellent (if slightly expensive) dining experience.
Favorite Dish: Extensive menu of Mexican favourites