Food is ok, but really the reason to come here is the peaceful place, in the heart of polanco, either under a tree by the street or inside. Tea is awesome.
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We we a big group, we were received with tequilas and then margaritas,mine food was the typical cantina mexican food, danced, eat and drinked until midnight! Great place to eat no party if there is with whom! The Mexican musicians were outreugious
Friendly restaurant that offers honest food, tasty and fresh. The few tables on the sidewalk are perfect for a lunch on a sunny day.
The atmosphere is neat like a home environment nice service and we tried spin ash salad with goat cheese follow by a pasta dish with mushroom, we saw a very friendly atmosphere with also tables outside by the terrace well arranged.
best of this place is the location on a quiet corner in polanco. My robalo fish was small and not as juicy as last time. Overall I found the quality less than last time and I come here every now and then for breakfast or...More
not expensive. Likewise for the service. The Coffee is right next to a Mexican craft shop offering a bit of everything produced in the country. Recommend the Mexican Bagel with scrambled eggs with cheese, accompanied by tomato slices. Nice place and very well located.
This is one of those places I considered not writing a review for since I don't want it to get crowded and compromise the quality of the food, however, it is worth writing about. I love chilaquiles and this place makes the best! If you...More
Nice small place close to the big hotels but in a quiet street. Food is good and tasty. They have a small menu to make things easy. Best thing is the terrace, small tables under the shadow of the trees. Wifi available. Kind and a...More
Casa Magnolia is a quaint, kid friendly restaurant. With a breakfast, brunch and lunch menu there are lots of options for business travelers tired of hotel food, moms in need of adult conversations + toddler distractions and hungry stylish people who want to enjoy a...More
Skip those greasy hotel breakfast buffets and come to casa Magnolia. Less yjan a block away ftom the hotels, you will find creative breakfast options. I like their bagel with scrambled eggs, gruyere and tomatoes. At the end of the afternoon sit at one of...More