This historic restaurant in the center of Mexico City is well worth a visit. Unlike the Sanborns scattered everywhere in Mexico, it is a fully funtioning restaurant with a wonderful old-timey atmosphere. When I first spent time in Mexico 40 years ago, it was my favorite place to hang-out. Although the food quality varies, the experience and general ambiance are not to be missed.
The service is slow and in my opinion the staff stretched a bit thin. Prices are very reasonable and often there is a line to get a table, especially at night.
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