Hacienda de los Morales
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, you will have a view out to the fountains in the garden. In the early afternoon the place teems with people having business lunches, but at evening, it is for couples and small groups intent on an intimate and elegant meal out on the town. The restaurant has been in operation since 1967 and is one of Mexico City’s most frequented elegant restaurants.
For menu selections, the restaurant’s specialties are: Crème of Pumpkin Flower, Salt scrubbed pompano, red snapper a la meuniere with cilantro, duck carnitas, a nut soup and a special merengue desert bearing the name of the restaurant. For those craving something else, the menu includes a wide range of well-known Mexican dishes as well as international offerings. All credit cards are accepted. Valet parking is available. Jacket and tie are suggested for men after 7:00 pm.