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A very nice welcome with lots of Mexicans families there; nice ambiance and great conversation with many. The area is nice around a corner, and serve in the terrace in the back upper level. It is best reach here by car as I was taken with local friends.
One of the places to go when you know the area and want to get away from tourists. no webpage.
Favorite Dish: the alambre with meat and cheese melted sort like a pizza but chewy and yummy, pacifico beers and coffee expresso, first we had some chicharones and all good.
Written Mar 1, 2013
Address: Claveria 199, , Centro, Azcapotzalco
Phone: +52 55 5396 4144
Very good mexican in a northern suburb of the city, near industrial area. The resto has great ambiance with lots of professional people eating and a nice sports tv all over. The service was friendly and the typical food very good
another to find out more about ,its great. The location here was the original about 30 yrs ago.
Open Hours: Monday to Friday from
8:00 AM to 07:00 PM.
Sat., Sun. and festive days from
09:00 AM to 06:30 PM
Favorite Dish: cerdos Cualhatepec con moles, the spelling may not be right but it was pig in a dark watery sauce with black mole, see photo.Also, negra modelo beer, flan and coffee expresso.
Updated Mar 1, 2013
Address: Avenida Cuitlahuac No. 2709 col Azcapotzalco
This is a rustic Argentinian hacienda with wood panelings, and old instruments from the pampas, like been there. It is now several restos with over 20 years in the country,and they import their meats from Argentina.
the ambiance is relax, family style with great continuos service pampered in a pampa place ::) you will love meat eaters lol!
Favorite Dish: argentinian juicy steaks lomo and chorizo cuts tenderloins with good red Argentinian wine superb
Written Mar 1, 2013
Address: Norte 45 No. 902-Bis Col. Industrial Vallejo, DF
This is from folks from Puerto Lapice in Ciudad Leal Spain, and Real Madrid followers lol!!! just my place. the ambiance is Spanish with Mexican to boot. Friendly folks nice conversations and good food.
Located in the north of the city, but worth the trip if by car is always better here even with the traffic, it is inside the poligono industrial Vallejo; in the colonia Azcapotzalco
open hours Monday to Saturday from 13h to 18h
you have private valet parking on site.
Favorite Dish: had cochinillo crustilliante with rice ,vegetables, potatoes dish and wine from Argentina Terrazas. cochinillo is young pig done very nice with little sauces. the menu is mostly of dishes from Spain and some Mexican, the wines are from Spain or south America.
Written Oct 7, 2012
Address: Poniente 128 647 ,Azcapotzalco, corner of Norte 45
Phone: + 52 55 55676809
An international cuisine mixed with Mexican specialties and very good prices.
Right off in Genova street in zona Rosa district with good food and good prices, a nice setting inside with good friendly service
The night views outside are lively and you have the choice of inside or in terrace outside. They have several restos in town
open from 7h to 23h
Favorite Dish: had this time a filete Tampiqueño or steak dish with rice and vegetables done like the rgion of Tampico in Mexico. For some reason I took a picture of the dish here not seldom done.
Written Oct 7, 2012
Address: Genova 61, Zona Rosa, Mexico DF
Los Panchos have been around and it probably or not sure comes from el trio Los Panchos a popular Mexican trio of musicians of fame in all Latin America.
The ambiance is very Mexican with a load of office workers from nearby offices, the place is alike a cantina inside but very busy, you need to be here at lunch time to see it real local ambiance
open Mondays to Sundays from 9h to 22h
I come by car and it has valet parking for clients.
Favorite Dish: i had several like tacos de carnitas, tacos de chicharron, enchiladas potosinas, stuffed pepper, then crumbling milk dessert with agua de jamaica and leche (flavored water with milk and flower of jamaica)
Written Oct 7, 2012
Address: Tolstoi 9, Col. Anzures, mexico df
This is basque cuisine from Spain fusion with Mexican specialties of high quality gourmet cuisine. The place is an old Mexican house of the original pinky one in Zona Rosa district (pink zone), next tothe BW Royal hotel in Amberes between Liverpool and chapultepec. It is a restaurant of the hotel too.
It has been here since 1994 and I frequent it since 1998. It has won several culinary awards too numerous to mention but it is good for sure.
The wine bodega is huge and a large choice of Spanish wines, as well as others.
Favorite Dish: As I have been doing a lot of seafood fish dishes I try the
Cochinillo confitado con crema de vinagre balsámico con frutos del bosque, crujiente de taco de leche y puré de castañas , which I can only translate as pork confit in a cream of balsamic vinegar with forest fruits, hard milk crunchies and purée of castaigne,
then a Fondante de Txocolate con espejo de salsa de fresa
or fondant chocolate with a mirror of strawberry sauce
ending with a red wine of San Vicente 2004, Senorio San Vicente, Rioja.
Written Oct 7, 2012
Address: Amberes 78, Col. Juarez, Hotel Royal Zona Rosa
If you want to go to a very typical, everyday place to eat genuine Mexican food surrounded by local people instead of going to a touristy restaurant, this is a nice place to see what the real thing is like -- office employees having lunch (or families during the weekend), national tourists or people who used to live in Mexico City and moved out but come back on short visits are the kind of people you will find here, as well as home made REAL Mexican food. They have the kind of food we would eat in our everyday life and even at home, not fancy dishes but just common stuff - very tasty and well served though. They also have home made flavored water (made with fresh fruit).
This restaurant has been on business since 1945. The decoration is typically Mexican as well (especially a wall with views of the city painted on it), the restaurant is quite big (but is usually crowded) and they even have a little terrace on the 1st floor.
Favorite Dish: I liked the chicken broth with lots of stuff inside (rice, chicken, avocado), very nice. Caldo tlalpeño is nice if you like spicy stuff -- it's chicken broth with a lot of stuff but also chili, so it's very hot. Tacos (especially those stuffed with cecina -- a salty kind of meat) are very good too. The portions are generous so don't ask for too many dishes, or you will not be able to finish them all!!
On our last visit we had an Arrachera meat cut and Enchiladas de mole and they were both AWESOME. The portions were very big too and the food very tasty.
They also have these things called "petroleras" which are the specialty of the house and which are good..... they're a sort of tortilla, just a bit thicker and VERY big (about the size of a plate), with different stuff on top: beans, cheese, meat, etc.... They make for an entire meal, so think twice before asking for a second dish before or after eating your petrolera!!!
And if you are still able to have a dessert, by all means do: they all look very yummy, but we picked the corn bread -- which is served warm and with 3 ice cream scoops on the side (vanilla - chocolate - strawberry): it was HEAVENLY! Very very nice, highly recommended!
Updated Jul 24, 2012
Address: Tolstoi, 9. Anzures neighborhood
Phone: +52 55 5254 2082
I visited this restaurant last week with my husband and some family members while on vacation in Mexico City. My first visit to this restaurant. It was spacious, extremely clean, the service was excellent.
I ate the Mole Poblano which is my favorite Mexican dish - it was absolutely delicious. I was sorry when it was all gone. Had some flan for dessert - also excellent.
We were there until almost the closing time and I was watching the waiters set up for the next day. They were fixing the napkins to be put on the plates - it was very interesting. I took my napkin and was trying to copy what they were doing. They noticed and stopped to show me how. That was nice of them.
Would definitely recommend this restaurant and the next time I'm in Mexico City I will definitely go back.
Favorite Dish: Since it was my first time there - I had the Mole Poblano and it was delicious. That is my favorite food to eat in a Mexican Restaurant and it lived up to it's reputation.
Written Jun 20, 2012
Address: Somewhere not far from Colonia San Angel Inn
This place has been on business for many years now, and I had heard very good things about it but had never had the chance to visit it, as it's a quite expensive place. But we were treated by a friend of my hubby's so we took advantage of it and I was quite pleased.
This restaurant is located within the INTERCONTINENTAL hotel. The decoration is very French and beautiful, therefore the environment is quite pleasant. The place isn't too big and it's usually crowded so a reservation is recommended, even during off hours (we finished our dinner after midnight and there was NOT EVEN ONE vacant table). This place is also very popular because it's open 24/7, 365 days a year, so you can come any time of the day or night. They have a HUGE wine selection (over 1600 different choices) and several different food choices as well (all kinds: seafood, fish, meat, duck, salads). Many dessert options available too. The quality and taste of the food is great, service was very good and speedy. Highly recommendable if you're not on a tight budget.... this is a real treat and you will probably spend 80-100 USD per person for a very good meal (alcoholic drinks included) but if you are able to splurge, by all means do it here.
Note for those who get here by car: the hotel's parking is VERY expensive (5 USD per hour), but if you are coming to the restaurant you will only pay 7-8 USD, no time limit. Just make sure to give your ticket to the waiter so you pay for it along with the check.
Favorite Dish: The grilled salmon with spinach and bernaise sauce was very good. The onion soup is a classic and a must.... the portion was quite big and the flavor was great. The desserts have a very good size and flavor as well: the "Ile flotant" (floating island) was really nice, and also the apple tart with vanilla ice cream.
Updated Jun 2, 2012
Address: Campos Eliseos street, Polanco
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