Where to Eat in Ciudad de México

HOSTERÍA DE SANTO DOMINGO
It is called "“the city's first restaurant"” since 1812, it offers delicious Mexican dishes, one of its specialties is pollo ranchero a la nata.
Belisario Domínguez #72 Centro Histórico

CAFÉ TACUBA
Mexican tradition since 1912, this is one of the most picturesque restaurants of the city. Don't miss the mariachi and estudiantina show every night.
Calle Tacuba #28 Centro Histórico

FONDA EL REFUGIO
An agreeable and cozy refuge for tasting the most delicious Mexican regional dishes.
Liverpool #166 Zona Rosa

CASA DE LOS AZULEJOS
Located inside the famous Casa de los Azulejos, it offers an elaborate and quaint ambiance with a beautiful view of the Historic Center from the bar located in the second floor. Mexican and international cuisine.
Calle Madero 4 Centro Histórico

EL BALCÓN DEL ZÓCALO
Enjoy a hearty breakfast or a delicious steak for lunch at the terrace of this famous restaurant. Accompany your food with a wonderful view of the city's Zocalo.
Inside Holiday Inn Hotel Zocalo at the Historic Center.

CAFÉ MIRÓ
At Café Miró you can enjoy an abundant and delicious buffet of unparallel international cuisine, a different one every day! And if you are traveling with your family, the lounge next door will entertain the kids.
Located inside the Gran Melia Hotel Zona Rosa.

LA HACIENDA DE LOS MORALES
Colonial splendor that will conquer all your senses. At Hacienda de los Morales, 38 years of tradition and service offer you the best Mexican and international cuisine.
Vázquez de Mella #527

LOS ALMENDROS
The most delicious dishes from Yucatán in a very Mexican environment. The house's specialty is venison, don't forget it.
Campos Eliseos #164
Insurgentes Sur #1759

BELLINI
Excellent menu of international cuisine with one of the best views of the city, in this revolving restaurant located atop the Mexico's World Trade Center tower.
Ave. De las Naciones #1 Piso 45
Zona Valle

COMO
International cuisine of excellent quality, try one of its handmade pastas or one of the fifteen freshly made salsas.
Horacio #253

JARDINES TAI
Authentic and exotic Thai cuisine where the house's specialty is "“floating market"”.
Calderón de la Barca #72

LE BOUCHON
Cuisine from France's countryside with a Lyon style.
Julio Verne #102

L'ETRUSCO
Not even the Etruscans themselves could have so suitably adapted their exquisite cuisine to the modern era.
Palmas #530

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