The restaurant is in an impressive farmhouse in the middle of Polanco. Everything is beautiful. We tried many appetizers and entrees. We started with escamoles, ant eggs; they were great! The huitlacoche soup was exquisite. The chiles nogados were different, but delicate; if you decide to try them, I recommend sharing with a friend, because it is too much food for one person. We also tried the shrimp wit huitlacoche; delicious. The atmosphere was beautiful with live music and outstanding service. It is a perfect place for large parties.