Un rincón francés que ofrece comida sencillamente deliciosa. Es rico para ir a desayunar o para tomar un café por la tarde.
Côté France también cuenta con panadería por si alguien aprecia un rico pan francés, ya sea salado o dulce.
Favorite Dish: El pan
Un restaurante que te hace sentir los sabores de la India en sus especialidades.
Es ideal para aquellas personas que buscan probar sabores distintos. También recomendable si quieren encontrar una gran variedad de platillos vegetarianos.
Favorite Dish: Ghost masala, tamarind chicken, samosas, chai y mango lassi
Un pequeño y acogedor restaurante en Pedro Moreno abrió para traer una fusión de comida Francesa y Mexicana.
La comida tiene una gran calidad, el servicio es cordial y los precios son muy accesibles.
Favorite Dish: Panuchos de canard
Usagui es un restaurante sin pretensiones en la colonia Santa Tere. La comida es muy rica y los precios bastante razonables.
El horario es un poco complicado. Parece que no abren los lunes y únicamente está abierto a la hora de la comida y hora de la cena. Es decir, hay un tiempo en la tarde que permanece cerrado.
Si van con prisa, lleguen temprano porque se llena.
Favorite Dish: Les recomiendo el Combo Sakura, el Rainbow Sushi o el Shumai.
This restaurant is fully dedicated to this local specialty called carne en su jugo: a sort of soup made with beans, beef and bacon + some broth (add lemon, onion and coriander to taste right before eating it) ... very simple but yummy. They also offer a few side dishes (guacamole, melted cheese, quesadillas) but you definitely have to try their specialty. Prices are quite decent and portions are ok. Service is VERY fast (they bring your dishes in less than 20 seconds - yes, they even have a Guinness record because of this) but they also start pushing you out shortly after you're done with your meal.
Favorite Dish: Carne en su jugo, of course. Great refried beans with corn kernels, too (a house specialty as well). And the jericalla dessert (a sort of custard made with milk and eggs) + a cafe de olla (coffee with cinnamon and sweetened with piloncillo = hard brown sugar) is a must after your meal.
We were told about this place by my hubby's sister, who visits Guadalajara quite often to visit her in laws. So this is a place that locals like and go to, but I also saw a couple of tourists here. It's a very famous place and most people know where it is (except for my hubby's sister, of course, who was unable to provide an exact address), even though it looks a bit complicated to get there by foot (with a good map it really isn't that difficult). If you get lost as we did, just take a cab and they will drop you right there.
This restaurant serves local specialties and Mexican food in general. The menu isn't extensive but it doesn't matter -- most people come here for the birria anyway. The decoration is 100% Mexican and very nice and lively. Service is fast and friendly, prices are not low but not too high either.
Favorite Dish: Both the birria (goat meat in chili sauce) and the barbacoa (the restaurant's specialties) are very good here. The portions are not too big, but the tortillas are being made while you order your food so they're fresh and really good (and they help you get a bit fuller). The jericalla (local dessert which is a sort of custard made with milk and eggs) was a bit too thick for my taste.
My good friend who now lives in Guadalajara took me here, and I liked the place quite a bit. It has been recently remodeled (she didn't like the new look but I thought it was ok for this kind of place... rather contemporary and lively, big windows, minimalist furniture). The service was very good -- we even got a complimentary dessert because our first choice was not available. Limited choice of wines (which isn't a problem for me). They also have a terrace (for smokers) and a lounge/bar upstairs. It's open everyday until midnight or so. The prices are rather on the high end but it's ok for a one time treat during your stay!
Favorite Dish: Atun al mezquite (grilled tuna fish topped with mushrooms) with roasted vegetables and salad, a REALLY GREAT choice. My hubby had grilled salmon but I think the tuna was better. The clericqot they prepare here is also very nice. We had fried calamari as an appetizer, and they were really good. The dessert was good but nothing to die for.
I am a huge fan of Coscafe. We discovered it while wandering Guadalajara's small Zona Rosa one Sunday night, desperate for a restaurant that was actually open. We stumbled upon Coscafe and we liked the sound of a Mediterranean bistro, so we decided to go inside. I've since been back at least five times!
Coscafe is a very hip, trendy restaurant and bar, but it's not so hip that my parents felt out of place! The menu is very refreshing and unusual for Guadalajara: thin-crust pizzas (my favorite has goat cheese, spinach and slow-roast tomatoes), pastas (I like the ricotta ravioli in a creamy spinach sauce, topped with nuts) and meat-based dishes (my friends often order the rosemary chicken breast served with tomato couscous and salad). Meals are served with their fresh, warm bread and a cilantro-garlic spread. Pastas and pizzas are in the 70-90 peso range ($7-9 US/CAD). The bar at Coscafe mixes up a huge variety of drinks with cute names, but you MUST try their dessert cocktail called Baileys Cookies. It's a blend of Baileys, caramel liquere, vanilla ice cream and Oreo cookies. Seriously- it is out of this world!
I really like the service at Coscafe. Many of the staff speak English, and a slightly-out-of-date English menu is available (I didn't notice any differences between the new Spanish menus and the old English ones, but the waiter warned me it had changed). The music is great and the art on the walls and windows is very cool. My photo doesn't do it justice, so you'll have to visit for yourselves to see!
This restaurant obtaned the Guiness Record in 1999 as the fastest service in the world, it serves a very popular guadalajara's dish not very known outside the city
Favorite Dish: its only dish is "Carne en su jugo", meat cocked on its own juice and seasoned with local spices.
Compleate it with an Orchata drink and a Jericalla
Vicente Fernandez, the most popular mariachi singer alive, opened this restaurant on one of his ranch. You can see part of his propiety (horses, charro's rodeo, etc) and have a very good mexican dish with mariachi music
Favorite Dish: Parrillada (mexican grill)
located in the heart of the city, few blocks away from the Cathedral. great food, great decoration, gallery, arts venue, library and atelier...if you go on sunday all Juarez Ave, is closed for the circulation and converts into all pedestrian street, get your pet, bicycle, rollers etc and join the crowd.
Favorite Dish: Huevos benito, alteration of eggs benedict. with poblano cream sauce and bagel.
This cafe is open all day long, it´s such a nice place, located at one of the most trendy and quit neighborhoods. A 70´s house converted into a cozzy, colorful and unique restaurant, featuring local crafs, art, jewerly,books, organic food and very polite and sympathic . Food is excellent, breakfast have the best french toast I ever tried, great amount, good prices, great menu. fresh juice made everyday along with jelly and other condiments and sauces
Favorite Dish: french toast ,,, yum
This place is awesome, they have a nice menu conformed mostly of what they are famous for: Burguers, but not just any type of burguers, they are gourmet bourguers that incluide fancy cheese, beef, chicken, veal and lamb patties, nice veggies and dressings, besides; hand cut french fries, tossed with herbs and spices, nice selection of wine, beer and beer milkshakes made with Guiness beer. nice music and very cozy facilities.
Favorite Dish: lamb burguer, nice size lamb patty, something like tartar sauce, homemade bun and fresh green veggies.
This little restaurant offers wine tasting every 15 days, also no corkage fee on thursdays, they have a wide variety of wood over pizzas, onion soup, some french delicacies, paninis and pasta dishes.
Favorite Dish: Onion soup was great , with a piece of fried french cheese on it .
Great atmosphere in this little, cozy and well located restaurant that specializes en the new wave of "slow food", all dishes are made from fresh ingreadients and from scratch that the reason taht takes a little longer to enjoy this nice exemples of food from east spain. owners and chef are really nice they take their time to talk to customers and explain recipes.. good prices. only 2 parking spaces .
Favorite Dish: I only tried canelones barcelones,, canelonnis filled with kidney, chicken, beef meat converted into a paté , bechamel sauce and cheese. they have also paella and other regional dishes from Barcelona´s area.