A first rate restaurant on the Polanco neighborhood, very small, lovely design and first rate food from its American-Italian chef. This is why his creations are so atypical for Mexico City. It is a sort of Nouvelle Cuisine 20 years later. Excellent for lunch or dinner, after walking by the fashionable Polanco commercial district. The roasted chicken is excellent truly. I had the Oxtail gnoqui, just as expected. Wine selection is limited and expensive though. An excellent choice.
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