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Kitchen without rules, slogan under which the Chef Peter Martin presents his new culinary concept, recognized as one of the young talents since his arrival in Mexico to lead Tezka kitchens and today run by restaurants Jaleo tapas bar ( DF) and Saffron Gastrobar Ñ (Veracruz). Located in Alfonso Reyes 108, this corner of the Condesa neighborhood looking captivate the adventurous palate wrapped in a cozy space designed by architect Marcela Gutiérrez Sáenz, where industrial details with reused materials endow it with a unique personality. Based on the wealth of experience acquired in multiple trips corners of Mexico to rescue and publicize little known but well applied to the world of technical products, based on the Spanish culinary processes. The philosophy where haute cuisine should be offered at reasonable prices is the differentiating point that every day holds, using ingredients like chiltepín endemic Sonora also called red gold, chili Huacle of Oaxaca or fresh seafood Baja. Three environments are dividing Kaye making it the differentiator from conventional restaurants that exist in the area, starting with the Bar focused receive diners with options to snack on while waiting to be brought to your table with a cocktail bar advised by mixologist Khristian Torres.
I came here with a few friends as we had often passed by but never been. The menu was extensive and very interesting with food from al around México. The food we ordered (a shrimp burger, tuna tostada and potato and tomato salads) were all...More
We were visiting CDMX during Pride week and chose to dine at Kaye in Condesa. The restaurant was pretty deserted being a rainy evening. The host was nonchalant and dropped the cocktail menu on the table. We asked for the wine menu, which should have...More
We were celebrating our anniversary and booked Kaye based on the mostly good reviews. During the booking, I had advised the restaurant of our anniversary on that day. However, the staff totally ignored it. Service from staff was underwhelming, they were not interested in our...More
We are staying in Condesa for a week and LOVED the experience and the meal at Kaye. This is how flavors should be done! My favorite was the eggplant, real food perfectly spiced. The waiter was super sweet despite my high school Spanish. The service...More
We ask to be careful as one of my friends is ALLERGIC to nuts. They sent us a plate with the center full of ALMONDS!!! They blame us for not to read the entire menu.
Be careful, they don't care the customer.
My wife and I had a lovely dinner at Kaye. We had a window seat so we could watch all of the dog walkers during dinner. We had an English speaking waiter and since it wasn’t busy being a week night we had amazing service....More
This place in La Condesa is a small treasure. All the good is fresh, the chef takes great pride on his cooking and he keeps innovating with delicious dishes representative of the Mexican environment, without serving typical Mexican food. It is more Catalan meets Mexico...More
Our first night in Mexico City at a B & B in Condesa on Cuernavaca. Based on reasonable reviews from previous B & B guests and TA reviews, we made a reservation (Open Table) for dinner. There were highs and lows so here is our...More
We booked for a special occasion at Kaye at the suggestion of a friend who had enjoyed it. The space was lovely. But from the moment we sat down it was a disaster. A waiter slammed a menu down in front of us, then didn't...More