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当地人推荐的热门餐厅

海鲜餐厅
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“Not cheap, but by consensus one of the best (if not THE best) seafood restaurant in Mexico City. (You’ll need a reservation.)”
  • 121位当地人推荐
Grocery or Supermarket
“is a big conglomerate of food vendors all in a market hall with a biergarten on top and long wooden picnic tables in the back. Here, you’ll find taco vendors, pizza vendors, mezcal vendors, craft beer vendors, the gluten-free specialty goods vendor La Otilia. La Otilia sells gluten-free baked goods and Mexico’s only certified gluten-free beer. ”
  • 72位当地人推荐
墨西哥餐厅
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“Great choice for lunch in the city center, serving traditional Mexican dishes. More than 100 years old, Diego Rivera got married for the first time here, and the city's famous rock band Cafetacuba named themselves after this place. ”
  • 83位当地人推荐
餐厅
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“Our best recommendation for breakfast, lunch and dinner. It is totally a must. ”
  • 101位当地人推荐
意大利餐厅
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“Ranked as #27 best restaurant 2019 of Latin America by "The World´s 50 best". Amazing Mexican and Italian dishes”
  • 117位当地人推荐
墨西哥餐厅
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“The history of El Parnita is local and familiar, The Martinez Acra family created a homey space void of pretense, where the specialties include tacos both innovative and satisfying. ”
  • 126位当地人推荐
早餐店
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“Considered the best bread you'll find in Mexico City and a lovely eclectic space to dine in. I go there often for treats like cinnamon rolls or baguettes. The baguette with ham and butter is amazing. It can be quite the scene on weekends. ”
  • 91位当地人推荐
小酒馆
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“Delicious gourmet food, nice place, it's expensive but worth it. You need a reservation.”
  • 102位当地人推荐
墨西哥餐厅
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“AMAZING PLACE & Good food. In the open-air courtyard of the 17th-century Downtown Mexico Hotel sits the charming Azul Historico, potentially one of the best restaurants in the city. With tall spindly trees, rough-hewn tables, and women making tortillas by hand in the corner, it's a pleasant place for a relaxing late lunch while in the Historic Center. Traditional Mexican food, like spicy and chile-laden "mole negro de oaxaca" is legendary, while the "cochinita pibil" is a classic. There are no wild flourishes here, just well-executed, elegant plates, try the enchiladas in a mild chipotle sauce filled with hibiscus flowers, the same ones used to make the tangy Jamaica drink.”
  • 83位当地人推荐
面包店
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“One of the favorite places to get coffee and a croissant in the morning. The coffee is very good and the pastries are outstanding. I have friends who simply can't come to Mexico and miss it.”
  • 93位当地人推荐
餐厅
“Trendy, healthy breakfasts and lunch, in a beautiful setting in La Condesa. All generous portions comes with a fresh, delicious salad, and their selection of juices and smoothies is the best in the city!”
  • 86位当地人推荐
夜店
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“This is probably the most popular lounge in CDMX. Packed most nights, it is very casual w/ a DJ and a young, hip crowd. If clubbing is your thing, this is highly-recommeded!”
  • 90位当地人推荐
墨西哥餐厅
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“Traditional Mexican restaurant in city center. Order the chilaquiles for breakfast!”
  • 77位当地人推荐
玉米卷店
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“Great Tacos (you can also order deliver at home) open all days until 4am! - Condesa Neighborhood ”
  • 78位当地人推荐
墨西哥餐厅
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“Azul offers authentic Mexican cuisine of high quality and prestige, which is still affordable. Focusing on every detail from when dishes are being prepared to the moment they are served, dining here is always a charming experience for those who desire an elegant but relaxed evening. Nature adds a dash of freshness to Azul Condesa, with its many plants decorating the dining room which is mostly lit with natural light. Even better is that they offer a seasonal menu, ensuring fresh ingredients for their heavenly traditional dishes from the various regions of Mexico.”
  • 72位当地人推荐
墨西哥餐厅
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“PUJOL $$$$$ To experience Mexico’s culinary past and future (sometimes in the same dish, as in the “mole madre, mole nuevo”—a fresh mole atop one that’s been fed sourdough-starter-style for almost three years and counting). This spot is the flagship of Enrique Olivera, a bona fide celebrity in Mexico; alumni have gone on to start many of the country’s most acclaimed restaurants. Pujol moved into a sexy new space in early 2017 but already feels well lived-in. Open Monday to Saturday, 1:30 to 4 p.m. and 6:30 to 11:30 p.m. Closed Sunday. Reservations all but required a month or more in advance for primetime. Allow at least three hours for the full meal.”
  • 85位当地人推荐