I went here with friends on a Sunday and we sat on the covered Terrace overlooking Reforma and the Diana fountain without any traffic - lovely! Remember this brunch is a marathon not a race, and try different foods about every hour. The Tamales were delicious as were the Chilaquiles with chicken breast. 4 of the tables I didn't even get chance to visit - the delicious Veuve Cliquot was filling me up too much. The dessert table had some real winners including some macarons that I thought were nicer than Laduree! Service was great. We stayed for just under 6 hours, and it was a fabulous way to spend a Sunday.
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