Overall very good food, service was attentive but English was a challenge . The food was creative but we have ate in better places in town.
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Tabasco was probably the least Hispanicized part of Mexico. This restaurant shows the fusion of fish, fruit, cheese and chocolate. Here is the Ferrero Roche dessert. The fettuccine with shrimp, walnut, and honey was outstanding.
Great food. Mexican, but with a new twist. The dishes seem traditional ingredients wise, but the way they are being prepared and served is new and refreshing. We tried a few appetizers (because the meals are made "to share"), all were very good. The only...More
Do not miss. Everything on the menu is great, we had a large group so were able to try 5-6 of the appetizers and main courses. Presentation is very good, very creative combination of local flavors/ingredients with all of the dishes. We were there for...More
I arrived to this place based on an excellent review in a well known gourmet magazine. Honestly, they let me down. It was like a regular restaurant that you can find in the high end neighborhoods Mexico City. Didn't find anything really eye opening. Extremely...More