The food was delicioso and the service was perfecto. I would suggest lunch or dinner, but the lighting at dinner can be intoxicating. We loved it.
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We wandered into Danzinga unaware that we were really fortunate to be seated without a reservation. Immediately we were taken with the space an gorgeous old building paired with stunning modern touches that reflected the indigenous cultures. The food was presented artistically and prepared with...More
We had a most enjoyable evening in lovely surroundings. The bread was easily the best we've had in several weeks in Mexico. We both had the mustard crusted chicken which was on the dry side. The cheese cake was quite good. If it weren't for...More
Three couples from the same Canadian home town met for dinner at Los Danzantes. All left smiling. Absolutely stunning room with excellent food and great service! Book ahead (we needed 2 days to get the seating we wanted)
One of the best, if not the best, fine dining restaurants in the city. Excellent service, creative mezcal-infused cocktails, sleek yet respectful of the past main dishes, and an open dining atmosphere. If you're in Oaxaca and care about fine dining, you MUST come to...More
Interesting flavors in each dish. Wedding stew appetizer was very tasty and unusual. Coconut shrimp was excellent, as often reviewed here. Ancho chile stuffed pepper also was tasty and not over spicy; chapulines provide a nice extra kick to the flavor. Grilled pulpo was a...More
There are an awful lot of restaurants in the historical center of Oaxaca. Most of them are, to speak kindly, boring calorie providers. Only a few really stand out. To me the two very best are Catederal and Los Danzantes--and they could not be more...More