Though located in the Marriott Reforma hotel, you shouldn't overlook this restaurant if you want a good steak dinner. This is a starched white tablecloth establishment and you’ll be assigned at least two waiters. The service is very attentive without being overbearing. The cuts of meat are first rate as are the preparations. If you order medium-rare, that’s what you’ll get – always the mark of a good steakhouse.
They have some interesting preparations. For example, I had the tenderloin with a bean sauce and it was great. But you can also get just plain well-prepared steaks. As an appetizer, we had thinly sliced beef from the foreleg that looked like prosciutto. It was terrific, I recommend trying it. One of my colleagues also reports that the fish is good too.
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