A must see and eat restaurant. This old hacienda home is breathtaking and the food is spectacular. If you are visiting Mexico City, this a must visit for a group or couple.
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The ambiance of the place is first rate, many courtyards abound. The food is good and plentiful, I had the veal, which was like a stroganoff, very tasty. The Tequila was served with a side short of tomato juice with extra's, which was just amazing....More
One of the most iconic places to visit, a beautiful restaurant with a special atmosphere... not quite the San Angel Inn, but close in terms of setup... however, in th food department, I was not particularly pleased, you can find a myriad of places in...More
With only one night - a Sunday night - in Mexico city, my colleague and I were looking for a memorable place that was open and had vegetarian options. Housed in a historic hacienda, the service was top notch and the food was delicious. A...More
Location, ambience and service were solid (but not exceptional). The hacienda was pretty outside, but having been to San Angel Inn the day before, i would have expected the interior to be slightly more decorated. The waiters were polite. The rellenos with crab meat had...More
I visited the restaurant along with my family. They were really excited because this place has a nice history, so expectations were high. The place is quite beautiful. Live music was fantastic! The guy playing the violin was great. They do offer a very good...More
The setting oozes old-school charm. The service staff are among the most professional in the city. The food is epic. Travel back in time to enjoy an experience the way it used to be (and rarely is anymore). I can't wait to go back!
A lovely setting to enjoy a delicious meal. We enjoyed the appetizer dishes that included ant eggs, worms, duck and vegetable samosa. Since we had never eaten the ant eggs or the worms before we were impressed with the presentation and the tasty tacos. Other...More
This is a wonderful location for a quiet dinner whether atravelling on business, couples, or families. You can sit inside or outside in a covered courtyard. The menu was expansive highlighting traditional Mexican dishes as well as featuring seafood from the Baja Pacific region. The...More
Top notch all the way. The setting is elegant without being overly pretentious and the service was on point without being bothersome. The menu is upscale and varied so something for everyone. The presentation of all dishes were quite beautiful. The final touches to the...More