I eat here at least 1x per year. You can count on a good meal and a fabulous wine list. The ambience is wonderful too.
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My second time and even better than the first one. The most exquisite, beautifully presented light starters accompanied by good Cabernet made a fabulous late light dinner for us. For seafood lovers, try Rosette of Artichoke with Crab Meat and Kohlrabi “Rémoulade” and Tuna Tartar. For vegetarians, Warm Goat Cheese Salad, Rucula and Thin Chicory Lettuce, Raspberry and Walnut Vinaigrette... More
After finally getting seated where we requested, we had a very pleasant dining experience. The salads were very good, the bread excellent, and great service. I had the lamb chops which were done to perfection and to finish a wonderful chocolate cake desert with a birthday inscription. Overall a very nice place to celebrate a special occasion.
If you want to have a nice time with friends, its one of the best rest of Mexico City, located just at the exit of the hotel Presidente Intercontinental, nice deco, very good service, and the food very well presented, and delicious.
This is approx. my eighth time visiting this restaurant and probably won't be visiting at all, yesterday we made a reservation for 6 at lunch time to celebrate a birthday, but what a disappointment: - our party included a handicap senior and their facilities (the ramp) is very small and quite difficult to maneuver with a handicap chair, we had... More
Classic French dishes excellently prepared and served by attentive, professional staff. Highly recommend for a great start to the day!
A very expensive restaurant, not worth it. The food is french style (not really my style though). The service was very good and very well located
If one is missing French "brasserie" food while in Mexico, Au Pied de Cochon is the place to go. I decided against the cold foie gras (duck liver) when I found out it was "paté" which really destroys the texture of the foie gras. The salads were very good. My wife had the sea bass (robalo) which was delicious and... More
I like this place for desserts from time to time I convince friends to go just for the dessert the french soufflés are espectacular and is the only place in Mexico where you can eat them, this place is 24hours and from the breakfast to the dinning is very well served and the food most of the time is fantastic,... More
It looks like a typical french restaurant but the food itself was not good and definitely not for the price. Maybe my expectations were too high but the dishes we four people tried were not good at all. It is opened 24 hours a day so maybe we can call it an expensive cafeteria.