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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.
Polanco's Jaso has been a city staple since the year 2006. Offering contemporary American fare welcomes gourmands to devour delectable American and international cuisine in a dazzling setting. Whether you choose to dine a la carte or to indulge yourself with the chef's tasting menu, you are sure to have a delightful experience. Key chefs Jared Reardon and Sonia Arias have crafted an inventive menu that has inviting contemporary American delights, made from finest locally sourced ingredients. The restaurant also features a lovely outdoor terrace that serves as a great venue for private events and celebrations.
This restaurant has enjoyed a long tradition in the area of San Angel in the south of the city. It is situated in a Colonial hacienda, and its varied menu continues to make it a choice spot for dining. It is ideal for both families and business events. House specialties include Crepas de Huitlacoche (crepes filled with corn truffle), Chiles Rellenos (poblano peppers stuffed with cheese and ground beef, Robalo a la Veracruzana (filet of sea bass with green olives, tomatoes and vegetables). Wandering musical trios add to the ambiance. This restaurant was the winner of a Dirona Award.