DINE AROUND IN MEXICO CITY

Bellini
Avenida de las Naciones 1 Piso 45, Nápoles
This is a lofty spot, not only because of its exclusive menu featuring international cuisine, but also because this restaurant is located on the 45th floor of the World Trade Center, one of the tallest buildings in the city. As the restaurant slowly revolves, diners can enjoy the unique view by day or night, the only caveat being to watch out for bad weather and smog conditions. Bellini offers a variety of specialties including Squid Spirals and Spaghetti Cartoccio. You can expect personal attention and elegant decor in this sophisticated eatery.

 

Category:
Iternational
Open:
Monday to Saturday from 13:00 to 23:00 hrs. S
Meals Served:
Lunch & Dinner
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Fonda del Claustro
Polanco, Deleg. Miguel Hidalgo, C. P. 15620
Previously called Fonda Santa Clara, and still under the same ownership, this is one of the city's fine dining establishments. The menu lists a full range of daily and seasonal specialties. The large serving of manchamantel (literally, "tablecloth stainer") is a sweet, smooth mole made by blending chiles, apricots, pears, apples, and bananas, served over pork or chicken -- it's fabulous. The sartenada ranchera is enough to fill two diners. The feast is a combination plate of superbly seasoned and grilled meats, sausage, and bacon served with onions, salsa, and avocado. Service is refined and attentive.

 

Category:
Mexican food and International
Open:
Mon to Fri: from 7:30 to 23:00 hrs, Sat: from
Meals Served:
breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Max. Capacity:
70
Group Capacity: 70
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Hacienda de Los Morales
Vázquez de Mella 525, Col. del Bosque, Mexico
Set inside a 17th-century hacienda, this elegant restaurant offers a combined menu of Mexican haute cuisine and international dishes. Local specialties include the Crema Poblana (soup made from poblano peppers, corn and cilantro) and different meals prepared with Huitlacoche (exotic ingredient of corn fungi) such as soup and a Huitlacoche beef filet with spinach. There is a delicious dessert menu. Prices are high, making this establishment exclusive, but are a reflection of the luxurious decoration and first-class service. Gentlemen are required to wear a tie during evening meals.

 

Category:
International
Open:
Monday to Sunday from 1.00 p.m. to 1.00 a.m.
Meals Served:
Lunch & Dinner
Max. Capacity:
240
Group Capacity: 240
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San Angel Inn
Diego Rivera 50 Y Altavista, Colonia San Ange
San Angel Inn is an old Carmelite monastery converted into an extraordinary restaurant, famous for its international cuisine. In this beautiful place, located in the southern part of Mexico City, you are invited to admire the spectacular interiors, exquisitely decorated in the original Mexican- colonial style. Enjoy its spacious flower-crowned gardens with its ancient trees and authentic stone fountains. A highly recommended dish is the Veracruz - style sea bass simmered with onions and tomatoes.

 

Category:
Mexican food and International
Open:
Monday to Saturday from 13:00 pm to 01:00 am.
Meals Served:
Lunch & Dinner
Max. Capacity:
250
Group Capacity: 250
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Torre de Castilla
Esopo 31, Col. Polanco, Sección Alamedas, Mex
This magnificent medieval style building of the twelfth and thirteenth centuries was inspired by the walled city of Avila. Constructed with materials such as stone, wood, iron and brick more than 150 years ago, and with decorative elements such as banners, swords, armor, shields, murals and stained glass. At Torre de Castilla you can enjoy authentic Spanish cuisine prepared with traditional recipes and excellent fresh ingredients. Making Spanish dishes with flavors and textures as they should be, with the same flavor they would have in Spain and coupled with the personal attention provided to each and every customer, Torre de Castilla has established itself as one of the favorite restaurants in the Polanco area.

 

Category:
spanish cuisine
Open:
Monday to Saturday from 13:00 to 23:00 hrs.
Meals Served:
Lunch & Dinner
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Villa Maria
Homero 704 Polanco, Mexico, D.F.
Upon entering Villa Maria there are beautiful gardens with water that reflects sunlight. As you continue, you will discover a magnificent mansion the interior of which is decorated with elegant colonial details: suns, stars, flowers and vases. With this evocative atmosphere, the food could not be other than Mexican, yet it is not your typical traditional cuisine, but more contemporary; the specialties: tamarind and pumpkin flower soup.
At Villa Maria you will enjoy live music together with the best in Mexican cooking. Don't forget to try one of the internationally famous margaritas.

 

Category:
International
Open:
Monday - Saturday: 13:30 - 24:00, Sunday: 13:
Meals Served:
Lunch & Dinner
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