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Azul Histórico is housed within a charming old building on Isabel la Católica. The kitchen ruled by seasoned chef and author Ricardo Muñoz Zurita doles out a sublime Mexican feast, with hints of international/fusion flavors, that you wouldn't be able to refuse. While local flavor spills over to the decor, it keeps intact the upscale, fine-dine appeal of the establishment. When you're here try the their much-adored specialties, like raviolis crujientes rellenos de pato, and then move on the the more exotic preparations such as enchiladas de jamaica orgánica. Pair these flavorsome offerings with something from their well-considered wine and mezcal list.
This traditional restaurant serves typical Mexican food, and has been the subject of many local legends and a song (it is said there is a ghost hanging around the place). Established in the 19th Century, it has been visited by many personalities including presidents and artists. The decor consists mainly of Talavera tiles, covering the Colonial-style building. Wooden hand-made furniture in traditional colors such as orange and royal blue add a festive touch. Music plays while you enjoy the delicious Mexican delicacies: enchiladas, tamales or freshly baked sweet bread.
Housed in a 400 year old historic former farmhouse, the Hacienda de los Morales is an oasis of calm in the bustling metropolis of Mexico City. This sophisticated restaurant and bar expertly prepares sumptuous Mexican and Spanish classics for patrons to enjoy against the backdrop of Spanish colonial decor. Request a table by the windows where the tinkling of the garden fountains mixes pleasantly with the pianist. Whether visiting for a power lunch with the associates or a romantic evening, Hacienda de los Morales will make it an experience to remember.