If you are looking for tender cuts of steak that is good value for money, this is the place to be. Before we visited, some had warned how expensive it was, but the prices are really reasonable. We ordered a Cazuela de Halibut as a starter (it's really large enough to be a main course), and the halibut was very fresh, and the broth it was cooked in well seasoned with onions and peppers. For main course, we ordered tenderloin steak (known as lomo in Spanish) and grilled black cod. Both were really tender, not over seasoned and very fresh. It's really hard to find fish that fresh in Mexico City, and cooked well. For sides, we ordered grilled vegetables and papas soufflee, which were huge portions. The papa soufflee (fluffy potato chips) were really unique, and we brought the leftovers home.
My only gripe was our initial seating. Though we arrived rather early, we were given a small table at the dark end of the room. There was another table two steps above ours (separated by a grill), but it was not pleasant having them cough into our table's direction (when she could have coughed into an empty space near her table). Fortunately, because of the amount of food we ordered, the waiters swiftly changed us to a four seater, a slightly bigger table in a much better location. The wait staff are definitely one of the most attentive we've met in Mexico City.
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