Three of us had the 6-course tasting menu. 18 dishes. 15 were great. 3 were not so good.
Gorgeous presentations. Wonderful flavors. Especially the moles and sauces. The sauces came in cups on the side and we ended up eating all of them like soups they were so good.
The chef is into taking liquids/sauces, adding gelatin and making them into shapes, like tortillas. For the most part this works but some would consider it a bit over done.
Some of our favorites were the venison starter, the cochinillo taco, all of the seafood dishes (the baby octopus are almost too cute to eat), anything with a sauce or a mole.
The dishes that did not impress and I think do not even belong on the menu were...
The venison Milanese. Breaded venison on a roll. Too pedestrian and too heavy for this restaurant.
The basic soup with noodles. Tasty, but too simple.
One of our desserts. Can't remember the name. Had a taco that was made out of some fruit juice and gelatin. Just wasn't pleasant to eat.
I had a couple of Mezcal martinis. Mezcaltini I think the name is. Mezcal, cucumber, mint, lime with chili and salt on the rim of the glass. Killer. I forced myself to stop at two.
Very reasonably priced ($600-700 pesos for tasting menu) compared to Mexico City restaurants. And I would stack this food up against just about anything in Mexico City. Maybe even NY, London, Paris.
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