The Best Restaurants in Mexico City

July 15, 2016
Choosing where to eat when visiting Mexico City can be a real torment because of the many culinary options that exist. Basically you need a place with delicious food and good atmosphere, it depends on the type of person you are and how you like the service. Here are 4 places in Mexico City that will not disappoint. Azul Histórico Located in a colonial building and by chef Ricardo Muñoz Zurita, known as the anthropologist of Mexican cuisine for its research and rescue of culinary traditions. It serves Mexican cuisine, among the most famous dishes you will find stuffed duck fritters dipped in mole sauce, panuchos of roasted suckling pig and chocolate cake accompanied by a gorgonzola cheese ice cream. Additionaly, each month is dedicated to a different ingredient or regional cuisine. Jaguar Ceviche Spoon Bar & Latam Grill This restaurant offers classic dishes with recipes inspired by the most characteristic flavors of Latin America. Some specialties of this restaurant are the Suck shrimp or ceviche sampler spoons - which is a delight. Sir Winston Churchill's It is an English-style mansion surrounded by beautiful gardens. The restaurant combines the best of two continents: European order and perfection combined with Latin American warmth. This is also reflected in the menu, which offers traditional English cuisine with Mexican seasoning. We recommend the Roast Beef, served with Yorkshire Pudding and Strong Root sauce. Hotel Deliza Contemporary American cuisine restaurant, it is distinguished by dishes that combines the southern American cuisine with a touch of Mexican spices. Here you will find New Orleans style dishes, 1900s cocktails and different samples of French, Spanish and Italian influences. Without a doubt, Mexico City offers a unique culinary journey with international and national offers that your taste buds will enjoy. To learn more about the cuisine of this capital, you have to visit this city and stay at BEST WESTERN Estoril. For more information, visit our website or call 01 800 904 75 00. Photo credit: mexicocity.

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