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Top 10 Restaurants in Mexico City

1. Pujol

Enrique Olvera opened Pujol in Mexico City in 2000. His kitchen is always transforming; It drinks ideas from here and there, reinterprets and evolves, but it has its roots in Mexican ingredients and techniques of all time. Pujol, Calle Francisco Petrarca 254, Miguel Hidalgo, Polanco, Mexico City, DF, Mexico, +52 55 5545 3507

2. Quintonil

Quintonil –Mexico City, 2012– is the emblem of the gastronomic project directed by Alejandra Flores and Jorge Vallejo, whose purpose is to express in its menu the flavors of the ingredients of the Mexican territory under a personal gaze. Since 2015, Quintonil has been on The 50 Best World’s Restaurants list, where it currently ranks 24th worldwide and 11th in the Latin America’s 50 Best World’s Restaurants. Quintonil, Newton 55, Polanco, Miguel Hidalgo, Mexico City, DF, Mexico, +52 55 5280 1660

3. LUR

LUR, means "land" in Basque, is a restaurant created by Mikel Alonso and Gerard Bellver with a concept of traditional Spanish cuisine. A cuisine full of seasoning that uses millenary and avant-garde techniques to recreate endearing dishes from Spain. The LUR restaurant is a space where, through aromas and flavors, chefs delight diners with dishes of Spanish origin. Accompanied by a warm decoration of dark walls and comfortable armchairs that invites you to after-dinner. In addition, on the upper floor, you can find the terrace, an ideal space to spend a delicious afternoon. LUR, President Masaryk 86 Polanco, Miguel Hidalgo, Mexico City, DF, Mexico, +52 55 5282 2064

4. Hacienda de Los Morales

The main dining room of Hacienda de los Morales is the heart of the restaurant, its atmosphere and decoration evoke the colonial era of Mexico. It has a capacity for 260 people and has breakfast, lunch and dinner service. We have entertainers on the weekend, as well as free parking and valet parking. Hacienda de Los Morales, Vázquez de Mella 525, Colonia del Bosque, Mexico City, DF, Mexico.

5. Jaso

Jaso offers a heavenly dining experience in Mexico. A very romantic and cozy place that offers an experience that stimulates the senses; taking the palate to frontiers never reached before, awakening new and surprising experiences in each of its visitors. Jaso, Newton 88, Polanco, Miguel Hidalgo, Mexico City, D.F., Mexico, +52 55 5545 7476

6. Dulce Patria

DULCE PATRIA POSSESSES, WITH PRIDE, THE HERITAGE OF MEXICAN URBAN CUSTOMS. ITS GASTRONOMIC CHARACTER IS FEMININE, SENSUAL AND IMAGINATIVE. In this culinary experience, the festive character of Dulce Patria invites us to taste wonderful ceviches, tostadas, colorful stews, Mexican sodas, fresh waters topped with flowers, decorative jellies; desserts that are staged and have the perfect balance between fantasy, wit and flavor; spiced breads served in that special blend of porcelain created by Mexican artisans and blue pewter, as blue as the cosmos full of luminous stars and delicious to the palate; wines that reflect the heyday of Mexican winemaking. Dulce Patria, Anatole France 100, Col. Polanco, Miguel Hidalgo, Mexico City, DF, Mexico, +52 55 3300 3

7. SUD777

Since its opening in 2008, it has been a watershed in the gastronomic offer of southern Mexico City due to the culinary proposal of chef Edgar Núñez who has positioned himself worldwide for his prodigious technique and his Mexican vegetable cuisine. It has earned a position on the Latin America’s 50 Best Restaurants list for four consecutive years. SUD777, Blvrd de la Luz 777, Jardines del Pedregal, Álvaro Obregón, 01900 Mexico City, CDMX +52 55 5568 4777

8. La Capital

La Capital's work philosophy has been faithful to the principles that define us from the beginning, and that prioritize quality over luxury. We are motivated by a genuine and passionate intention towards impeccable service and a firm determination in the pursuit of daily improvement. The Capital opened its doors on March 16, 2009. Chef Óscar Sánchez is the creator of the Culinary Concept. La Capital, Av Nuevo León 137, Colonia Condesa, Cuauhtémoc, 06140 Mexico City, CDMX, +52 55 2653 3887

9. Bros

Bros is a versatile restaurant and oyster bar, with a spectacular view of the impressive Soumaya private art museum. The casual atmosphere at Bros welcomes anyone looking for something to eat, and is especially good for Boston cuisine; his signature dish is his rib. An extensive drink menu is sure to make customers experience an explosion of flavors in each of their cocktails, prepared and served by friendly bartenders who are generous with their drinks and mixers. Bros Oyster Bar, Lope de Vega 226, Bosque de Chapultepec Seccion, Miguel Hidalgo, Mexico City, DF, Mexico, + 55 55 5250 1325

10. Romina

For a taste of Italy, choose Romina, a cozy and charming restaurant in the heart of Polanco. With a varied menu, customers here can explore authentic Italian cuisine and not just pizza and pasta, although they are also prepared using the traditional method, giving each dish its own touch of magic and individuality. However, it is the mussels with beans that really stand out at this restaurant, inviting tasters to explore the flavors of the Italian coast and its more rustic enclaves. Romina, Homero 716, Miguel Hidalgo, Polanco, Mexico City, DF, Mexico, +52 55 4432 4432

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