I chose this place for a quick dinner because it's close to my hotel and was reported to be good for steak and wine. To begin, the booth seat was full of crumbs from the previous diner and I had to borrow the waiters crumb...More
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This is a pleasant restaurant serving traditional Mexican food, but it is overpriced for its quality. It is Ok if you are unable to score a table at the "El Cardenal" around the corner. If you are from the US, avoid pricy beef dishes, as...More
This is a very relaxing restaurant right in the center of it all. The food is good to excellent and the menu changes from time to time. A big selection of wines and alcoholic drinks is an added attraction.
The Mexico City Center has been transformed over the years and is now a safe tourist destination. Upscale restaurants like Mercaderes make the trip more enjoyable since it caters to a clientele looking for a nice menu in a clean, sophisticated atmosphere. Only a block...More
We tried the lunch with a different style food all of us to test this (for Mexico quite expensive) restaurant. As we did not made a reservation before a young lady in restaurant dress asked us to wait ten minutes to have a table ready....More
Walked in on a Saturday night, no reservations required at 2000. We ordered guacamole appy - very nice, lightly piquante. Bread was scorched on the bottom, red sauce was wonderfully piquante, but not burn-your-mouth hot. We both order salmon mercaderes. Mine was perfect;. My wife's...More
I usually do not have linen tablecloths to eat my brunch on. I also don't usually have live music and over the top service. But that's what we got here. Food was delicious and more startling was the regular price. An outstanding. Find. Don't miss...More
Food was quite tasty: steak, Dick, and Mexican rice for the three of us. Service was very good, especially since the waiter spoke more English than most. Quiet, lovely, and pleasant.