Love the food and atmosphere, it impressed with the mixed drinks. Best Mole I ever had and also I enjoyed that they used local dinnerware.
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We had dinner here tonight and overall give it a solid thumbs up. The Mole is really the reason to come. The chicken was particularly delightful, a nice sized tender breast buried in a delicious mole sauce. All of the mole entrees were outstanding. The...More
We were so impressed with Azul Historico that we decided to try another of this restaurant group. Confess is smaller and quite charming. The food was just as excellent as at Historico. This time, we stayed with the (not so) basic menu -- i.e., no...More
Great atmosphere and a perfect dinner for my husband and I. Very reasonable prices for the quality of the food. The Jamaican enchilada was our favourite dish, super tasty. We also enjoyed the guacamole which came with some seasoned grasshoppers, which were surprisingly delicious! And...More
Visited at the end of March / early April 2016 with another couple for our nicer evening out of the trip. Prices in US dollars were still really low, but I believe high for pesos.
Great stop if you are a gringo visiting mexico city. Great food and drinks, as well as walking distance to a few cool bars. I highly recommend if you are visiting Mexico City.
Back here after five years, I could repeat word by word my previous review, so little has changed. Mexican classics interpreted in a modern way, good produce and execution. Their mole negro is a standout, actually 'legendario', as they call the Oaxaca dish on the...More
We visited Azul Condesa for lunch as an alternative to the Axul Historica which is always very crowded. I loved the squash-blossom soup, but everything was delicious. There were even ant eggs and grasshoppers on the menu. Everything is very clean, including the bathroom. Lunch...More