I know it's just a chain but the perfect chillout place on a cute little square, nice and quiet, free wifi, great food and beer. Found it by accident and came back every day for a beer and the wifi. Just a lovely place to...More
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So surprised at how very few pavement bar/cafe/restaurants in tis very touristy area. So although we realised this was a basic chain we sat down for a bucket of beers. Cannot fault anything and the price suited the quality. Excellent service. But for a step...More
You would imagine that there were many bars and cafes with pavement tables and service in the central Tacuba area of Mexico City. There aren't. But with their crazy road and sidewalk habits, there should be. We spent about one hour looking until we found...More
As a food chain they don´t seem to be eager to make proper tacos. I definitely prefer El Califa, which is pricey but it´s worth it.
This food is simple but good and affordable. We had a taco sampler for two plus hibiscus water to drink. It was tasty but nothing more. We spent about 15 USD. We ate outside. It is well located next to the National Museum.
This cafe is reasonably priced, pleasant and the food was fine, basic stuff in Mexico, and we were happy. I asked for a substitution and got it, no problem. We ate and drank non-alcohol for about US $8 each. Perfect for lunch.
Good typical food, with a mariachi band for atmosphere. Ask to see the upstairs too. There are stories of a ghost.
Not as good as street food. This little chain is trying hard and the staff were sweet but the food was boring and really just not very good. If you want some real tacos, just walk toward the zocalo to Tacos Canasta Los Especiales, or...More
We had a couple of hours before a show at the "Bellas Artes" and decide to eat at the Taco Inn. It's just a block away on Tacuba Street. The place was full. Their prices seemed average. They have beautiful views of the old downtown...More
Located just off the plaza facing the National Museum of Art, grab a table under an umbrella on the patio, munch on some Mexican comfort food and watch the throng on parade.