Great tasting sushi and many other meals on the menu. Quite expensive by Mexican standards, but worth every peso.
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I like the food that is prepared in Taro Restaurant! Everything is delicious, the place is nice and cozy, the only but, is that the portions are very small, any roll has only 4 pieces, the soup is small also. You have to eat several...More
Taro is a relatively small restaurant with a large choice of delicious Japanese food, I love their nigiri's and the sushi's always fresh and not dried out. We have been several times there and always like to go back! Highly recommended.
The place has had an evolution during the last 35 to 40 years. Throughout that time, the lady owner, has made several improvements to the space and the menu. Among the wide Japanese cuisine options in this huge city, I highly recommend Taro for its...More
I have been a fan of Taro for at least 8 years now, and its constant level of quality in the food is impressive to say the least. Taro is a quaint, casual traditional Japanese restaurant with an excellent selection of fish for nigiri or...More
A warm attention.the staff is very friendly, very good food. many menú choices. the food was yummy.. a ate there many times I like the sushi special and shabu shabu, also yakimeshi, and nigiri. I was always a walk in, I always have had a...More
A large menu with choices that you seldom see on other menus, friendly staff, owners on watch and a really confortable ambience that is not pretentious. This is the first Japanese restaurant I ever visited, back when nobody knew what sushi was. It was there,...More
Taro is a perfect place to have some authentic Japanese food... I love Japanese food !! We had a reservation and as we arrived our table was ready, is not a big restaurant so my advise would be to make one if you are going...More
I am not very happy with my dinner in Taro. The food didn't taste right and the price is not cheap. My husband and i asked for a special sashimi and a special nigiri. The rice was bland and wet and the seafood weren't even...More
I have had trouble finding good quality international food in Mexico City but Taro is a real gem. We had sushi and sukiyaki. Both were excellent, the sukiyaki easily enough food for two people. Prices are not extortionate for what you get, real Japanese food...More