Located in the Zocola, overlooking Palacio de Cortes. Nice views. We had dinner and it was good. Service was also good.
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This three floor restaurant have an elevator for people with special needs. Mexican entrees were great they even have duck tacos!! They have a marvelous view of Cortez Place and palace plaza ... nice place for being with the family
We were greeted with gusto and offered a variety of places to sit. We chose the balcony upstairs and were not disappointed! With a beautiful view of the Palacio de Cortés, we received excellent service. My caesar salad was prepared at the table and the...More
Had a delightful meal with my adult nephew on the second floor terrace. Regional food with modern touches is the specialty and the menu had an extensive selection from other parts of Mexico. The dishes were artfully presented and delicious.
We loved this restaurant. It is beautiful and quaint. The location is ideal, right in the main square overlooking the historic palace. The food was a great surprise. They had modern takes on classic Mexican dishes that adults and children lived; and all for a...More
Right on the Zocalo, overlooking the Cortez Palace. We had a balcony table and enjoyed people watching and the baile folclorico taking place nearby. Loved the pechuga tlaxcalteca (stuffed chicken breast covered with three moles in Mexico's national colors). My wife had the chile relleno,...More
The location of the restaurant is ideal at night. From the second and third floor, children are totally safe. The view on the park and the Palacio de Cortes is great when illuminated.
We visit Cuernavaca at least once a year and every trip we try to have a meal at Casa Hidalgo. Its location off the zocalo affords lovely views of the zocalo and Palacio de Cortes -- we always sit on the balcony. Our favorite dishes...More
This is an enchanting place that I visit every time that I am in Cuernavaca. I'm usually just there for drinks and snacks but I imagine that their meals are of the same high quality. We sit outside and it is gorgeous!
Had a decent meal here - tortilla soup and chile relleno (though I only ate about 25% of the cheese filling) on a Sunday afternoon. There were indigenous dancers in the zocalo with constant drumming that was quite loud and not that pleasant. Also, table...More