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Centro Historico suggestions

For breakfast: Sanborns Azulejos;Lunch: Los Girasoles;Dinner: Cafe TacubaSanborns Azulejos: It is set in the patio of the XVIIIth century house of the marquis of Orizaba valley, known as the house of...
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ciberamigo
Apr 04, 2011

Sanborns

Sanborns is a popular Mexican chain restaurant that is attached to a department store. The food is good, and I found it was easy for people with all kinds of eating limitations to eat there. I'm a...
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Arial_27
Aug 14, 2008

Sanborns in La Casa de los Azulejos

beautiful building, beautiful courtyard space, good service, but the food was just averagemy food arrived luke warm but the waitress was very nice about it and offered to heat it right away. the...
speedracer3000
May 08, 2008

Sanborns

Sanborns in Mexico is like Mcdonalds, there's one everywhere! It's a store with its own restaurant (or vice versa?). The one in downtown called Casa de los Azulejos is the most beautiful one (in my...
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cinthya_in_victoria
Apr 29, 2008

Sanborns

The inner courtyard of the historic and beautiful Casa Azulejos (House of Tiles) is put to good use as a very pleasant restaurant. Locals and tourists alike fill the tables here. The food is fine,...
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TheWanderingCamel
Mar 30, 2006

Sanborns

Just being in the restaurant and watching people is great. All I did was stare and look up at the glass ceiling and wonder when they put it in. The architecture is great...and I preferred sitting in...
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krisfromthevalley
Mar 29, 2006

Sanborns

If want to combine history and food together then this is your place.The casa de azulejos is situated in the historic center.This beautiful Baroque construction is now owned by the Sanborn...
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aventurera
Dec 30, 2005

Sanborns

Sanborns is the giant department store chain owned by the wealthiest man in Central America, and Sanborns Cafe is an offshoot of that chain. Often located in the same building as the department store,...
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AcornMan
Dec 04, 2005

Sanborns

You should go at least once to Sanborns while being in México - especially the one in the centro historico. The waitresses wearing their liveries look really nice and are doing a great job, always...
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graz-ie
Oct 13, 2005

Sanborns

This restaurante is famous for the old building of Tiles - Is very famous and the food is good. The bulding has a long history, it survived a fire. Food, normally is Mexican, I recomend you try the...
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jumanuel
Sep 21, 2005

Sanborns

Sanborns is a popular restaurant and it serves some tasty local dishes, like molletes, chilaquiles, enchiladas and mexican eggs. they have also some nice sauces, which are not usually hot.Their are...
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pencho15
Mar 16, 2005

La Fonda del Recuerdo

The food is authentically Veracruz-style, which means both seafood and meat dishes served by attentie but unobtrusive waitstaff attired in traditional costumes/uniforms from the Gulf Coast state. The...
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gomexico
Feb 17, 2005
 
 
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Casa de los Azulejos - House of Tiles

The Casa Azulejos is a 18th century city palace of Mexico City, located between Madero Street and Calle 5 de Mayo. This beautiful building is covered on three sides with blue & white tiles. It...
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