The waiter upsold us, the food was cold (yet also came out suspiciously quickly), and was nothing to write home about. There were more tourists than locals. Just not a good place.
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La hosteria is a great option to eat traditional mexican food! Is nearby the main square and has an old fashioned environment. I went there to try the chile de nogada, which is a traditional dish served between august and october -ish. They have live...More
Chiles en nogada is an emblematic dish of Mexican food that is normally found in restaurants from August to December because of the difficulty to find all the ingredients necesary to make this very complicated recipe. This restaurant has them all year. For those that...More
This fine old place has been here forever. I try to stop in every time I am in Mexico City. It is one of the few places where you can get the fiesta dish Chiles en Nogada any day of the year so that is...More
Be warned the restaurant is on the cusp of a sketchy area even while not far away from Zocalo. The food seems decent, but what is less than impressive is the indifferent, careless, slowwwww service that one gets. It gets to the point it feels...More
We came here on the advise of a guide book. We had a decent meal and drinks and it was within walking distance of here we stayed.
The restaurant isn't bad at all, it is very big and cozy. Mexican food is good but they also have some italian food that you shouldn't try. It is located in a very quite street close to the city Centre so it is good to...More
I read the reviews. Some good, some bad. I hadn't really planned on going here but as it turned out it was around the corner from the apartment we had rented. Our host recommended it-so. We went on Easter morning. We were the only tourists...More