A must when visiting el zocalo. It is by templo mayor. You can see a great view of the Zocalo below and the food is very good. Make sure you leave room for desert.
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Unfortunately not many great options in the area. So you can’t go wrong with this place. Food tasted good, service was great, and view is fantastic. Price is less than what you would expect for similar type of place in another country. If you are...More
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I had lunch here. The view is amazing, overlooking the Zocalo. The server was attentive to our large group. I had pasta, which was just okay. I would recommend this place for some drinks and the view.
My girlfriend and I stopped in here for drinks and appetizers. You can't beat the view. You have the perfect view of the Zocalo. Our appetizers were pretty good but we didn't go for the food. It was the perfect place to relax after hours...More
I had been here before, so I didn't hesitate to return. This time was for breakfast. Honestly, I prefered lunch. Breakfast was good, served with many choices of fresh juice, coffee, and tea. I chose an omelette, and it was very good, I just prefered...More
Place has amazing views of Zocalo. Hours are odd, they close from 11:00-12:00. Food is good, we encountered Mostly American clientele which we try to avoid. We like to find places that are authentic and not cater to tourist. With that said, we found it...More
Besides the gorgeous view over the Templo Mayor, food is nothing to die for. Had their famous chiles rellenos de chicharrón and found them ok, little chewy and not that tasty as one of the main signature dishes of this restaurant. I bet there are...More
Both in hospitality and temperature! Without a reservation we get a fabulous open terrace table with a view of the Templo Mayor from the second floor. Great food and fabulous cocktails. Good service.
Location, Location and Location. Great place to stop for a snack, drink or lunch after visiting the zocalo and church. Good food, great view, awesome service. The wait to dine may be long, if so eat on the patio. Crepes made to order, sandwiches and...More
We arrived mid afternoon and did not have to wait for a table. With spectacular views I imagine it gets crowded at peak times. We ordered 4 or 5 appetizers plus tres leche cake. The duck tacos with mole sauce and pickled red onions was...More