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Cafe de Tacuba Tips (15)

Cafe de Tacuba

This is a "traditional" Mexican restaurant, in every sense of the word. Cafe de Tacuba has been around a long time, 94 years. When you walk in and are seated, and absorb your surroundings - you'll...
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gomexico
Apr 04, 2011

Cafe Tacuba

This is a place where you eat Mexican food, and it has a very Mexican atmosphere as well (a beautiful decoration & live music). The food is good, prices a little high but not out of budget. In...
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Laura_Mexico
Jan 31, 2011

Cafe de Tacuba

I loved Cafe de Tacuba and even though there were plenty of options for food, I kept going back there for the tamales. The other food seemed good too, but since I love tamales that was the only thing...
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chunliu
Mar 04, 2010

Cafe' de Tacuba

I was attracted to Cafe' de Tacuba as I strolled by at night noticing it's decore and the clientele were predominantly Mexicano. I returned to my lodgings for a better fit as by no means did it appear...
ponchovia
Aug 30, 2009

Cafe Tacuba

The hotel front desk, Mexico city's turibus driver and frommer's book recommended this restaurant to us. Do we need to say more? Food was good but it's on the expensive side for Mexican standard. The...
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sorcieus
Jan 04, 2009

Cafe de Tacuba

Food was bland. Ambience/surroundings were O.K., but you can find much better places where the food and ambience is much much better. The service staff is unmotivated and will try to short-change you....
huipil
Dec 08, 2008

Cafe Tacuba

I'd read about Cafe Tacuba in my guide book but got the vibe that it was more touristy than the type of restaurant I was looking for. That being said, it's not that easy to find places to eat around...
Jetgirly
Jun 08, 2008

Cafe de Tacuba - it was just OK

the overall ambiance and decor of the place is nice but the food was just so so, plus the waitress wasn't friendly at all. she had no smile on her face the entire night, did even bother to say thank...
speedracer3000
May 08, 2008

Cafe de Tacuba

This is a class place. Themed, I suppose around colonial ambience. Utterly authentic and definitely not geared to tourists (no, chile con carne) or tex/mex The mole (a rich cacao-based sauce, that...
harvi98
Aug 13, 2007

Cafe de Tacuba

The place tend to look, like an old fashion place, the idea is to keep the old restaurant traditions in downtown. Visiting this place, you will be able to try any mexican dish you would like, so this...
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jumanuel
Feb 24, 2006

Cafe de Tacuba

Cosy, good service -- has the feel of a real nice eatery. The interior is nicely decorated We drank mezcal - straight up. Everything tasted good after that.. No, it was all good. I had some mole de...
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shouvik
Feb 01, 2005

El cafe tacuba

El Cafe Tacuba is a legend in Mexico City. Everybody, from politial VIPs to backpacking travellers makes a point to have at least one meal here while in Mexico City. Besides, if you like Latin rock...
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Quero
Nov 18, 2004
 
 
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Tres Culturas

Name says that all: three cultures.. 1st. Tlatelolco archeological site: was the most important commercial center in the Prehispanic Mexico...temples, altars and a palace are components on this...
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Museo Franz Mayer

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Monumento a la Revolucion

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Bellas Artes

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Secretaria de Educacion Publica

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  • Sunday 08:00 to 23:30
  • Monday 08:00 to 23:30
  • Tuesday 08:00 to 23:30
  • Wednesday 08:00 to 23:30
  • Thursday 08:00 to 23:30
  • Friday 08:00 to 23:30
  • Saturday 08:00 to 23:30

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