Mexico City Restaurants
Mexico City Restaurants including fine dining, restaurant bars, Mexican cuisine, French, Italian and many other restaurant options in Mexico City, Mexico.
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One of our favorite restaurants in Mexico City is Bellini, located on the 45th floor of the Mexico World Trade Center. What makes Bellini so special is not so much the food, though it's good, but the spectacular 360 view of Mexico City of which you'll get all 360 degree as Bellini is Mexico's... more »
Biko is an ultra-modern restaurant established by Mikel Alonso and Bruna Oteiza from the Arzak Restaurant in San Sebastian, Spain. Examples of choices from the contemporary menu include fried green plantain with onion mousse stuffing and a caviar finish, and Cornish game hen encrusted with... more »
Ricardo Muñoz Zurita has created a special restaurant on the UNAM campus. He is known for being a chef and a food historian, having published several cookbooks and an encyclopedia of Mexican gastronomy. The menu features traditional Mexican recipes, with his special twists. Café Azul y Oro (... more »
La Guadalupana was established in 1928 in Villa de Coyoacán, a southern neighborhood of Mexico City that was for many years a sort of artists’ colony, with residents like Frida Kahlo and her husband Diego, and foreign types like Leon Trotsky. Access is from one of those small, cobblestone... more »
Poblano cuisine – the culinary tradition of Puebla State – is preserved in this intimate restaurant in Mexico City, which still clings to the historic district tradition that the restaurants stay open only for lunch. The moles of Pueblo come in a wide variety of colors, ingredients and heat... more »
El Cardenal has been around for generations, and it offers traditional Mexican cuisine, but with elegant ingredients, artistic preparation and exquisite presentation. Menus are revised monthly to take advantage of the best vegetables, fruits and fish that are in season. Gorditas hidalguenses are... more »
Fonda el Refugio offers visitors a tour through all the high spots of Mexican gastronomy: Starters include guacamole, of course, and quesadillas, sopes, tacos, enchiladas and tostadas. Soups abound. Then move to a pork, chicken or beef dish, with such standbys as chicharron en salsa verde,... more »
Food critics say that this restaurant is a “must-do” when in Mexico City, especially if you have a good reason to celebrate something. The festive restaurant is furnished and decorated in 16th century, Spanish colonial style, with dark woods, pillars of stone and domed ceilings. From some tables... more »
Chef Patricia Quintana has created this elegant and exclusive restaurant, which has become well-known for its lobster-stuffed enchiladas. Another signature dish is the huitlacoche lasagna, made from a natural fungus somewhat similar to a truffle. Visitors agree that Izote proves that Mexican... more »
The restaurant Los Danzantes Coyoacán seeks to engender emotions and ideas in every guest, stimulating the five senses through a truly Mexican culinary experience. Located in the heart of the historical center of Coyoacán in Mexico City, Danzantes Coyoacán offers a modern Mexican gastronomy, but... more »
Do not let the name throw you off: Restaurant Danubio has much more to do with Northern Spain than with the Danube River. It happened to have been a German bar before two Basque immigrants, Amundarain and Aranguena, set up their restaurant there in 1936, in the historic center of Mexico City.... more »
Restaurante Café de Tacuba has been a well-known, downtown Mexico City landmark for nearly a century. It is an old-fashioned café, with two long, old-style dining rooms with kerosene lamps, old furniture and the signature mural of nuns in the refectory kitchen. From the menu guests can order... more »
Enrique Olvera is a new generation chef in Mexico City. He founded Pujol as soon as he graduated from the Culinary Institute of America. The cuisine is a fusion of contemporary ideas and ingredients with traditional Mexican flavors and recipes. The menu is constantly being revised as new... more »
Taquería El Pastorcito has an open front, with lines of cooks on the sidewalk, carving meat and serving up tacos. Three large stone tablets offer salsas – tubs of salsas of different kinds. On paydays and weekends, the restaurant puts out four “trompos” – pork shoulders rotating vertically over... more »
The original Zhen is in Shanghai. Mexico City’s version is a gourmet treatment of traditional Chinese cuisine. Like most good Chinese restaurants, the tables are round, with a lazy Susan in the middle so that everyone can have easy access to the dishes. The décor is striking and modern. This... more »