The architecture is interesting and quite stunning. Mr Rojkind's style comes out quite nicely here. However, you will only get to enjoy the views if you're sitting in the (rather small) patio outside. If you're inside, you won't get to see much. Sushi is good, some say the best in Mexico City. I found it well prepared but lacking creativity, a bit misaligned with the architecture of the place. Menus are over-sized, barely fit on the table. This place is also hard to find, but well it can afford to be hard to find and adds to the coolness factor. Just make sure you don't end up at the other one, which on the contrary is quite traditional.
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