The best

Mexican Restaurants

in Mexico City

 

 

 

These are the best Mexican Restaurants in Mexico City.

 

 

 

 

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Calle Liverpool 44a
RATING: 92%
Cuisine(s): Mexican . Cost: $$$ . Restaurant type: Casual Dining
Summary: Tamales Madre is a homage to corn that honors Mexico’s most iconic foodstuff in grand fashion. Tamales Madre is proof that good things come in small package. Full of heart and soul with artisanal tamales and atole at better than reasonable prices.
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Av. Pdte. Masaryk 513
RATING: 92%
Cuisine(s): Mexican . Cost: $$$$ . Restaurant type: Casual Dining
Summary: At Guzina Oaxaca, chef Alejandro Ruíz, offers his interpretation of the cuisine of Oaxaca, elevating rustics dishes to gourmet status. Ruíz is dedicated to authenticity and brings ingredients daily from the state Oaxaca to Mexico City for use in the …
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Av Juan Vázquez de Mella 525
RATING: 90%
Cuisine(s): Mexican . Cost: $$$$ . Restaurant type: Upscale Casual
Summary: An unequaled ambiance in a beautiful colonial mansion, stellar service, and a well-executed menu chock-full of Mexican and European classics, make Hacienda de Los Morales the best choice for upscale traditional Mexican dining in the city.
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Calle Río Lerma 184
RATING: 90%
Cuisine(s): Eclectic, Mexican . Cost: $$$ . Restaurant type: Casual Dining
Summary: Rio Lerma in Cuauhtémoc has no shortage of restaurants. Some are chain restaurants like Fiebra de Malta and others are your typical, “I’ve got a recipe, I think I’ll open a restaurant” sort of establishment. Some good. Some bad.
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Medellín 79
RATING: 90%
Cuisine(s): Mexican . Cost: $$$ . Restaurant type: Casual Dining
Summary: Fonda Fina is comfy and cool. Nice enough for a special occasion. Casual enough for just any old time. A gourmet touch to traditional Mexican cuisine.
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Colima 268
RATING: 89%
Cuisine(s): Eclectic Gourmet, Mexican . Cost: $$$ . Restaurant type: Casual Dining
Summary: Blanco Colima offers acceptable service, a menu that successfully bridges traditional Mexican cuisine with elements of European style, and a trendy, sophisticated decor. It’s worth a visit just to see the beautiful restored mansion it calls home.
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Campos Elíseos 133
RATING: 88%
Cuisine(s): Mexican . Cost: $$$$ . Restaurant type: Casual Dining, Upscale Casual
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República de Argentina 15 Planta Alta
RATING: 87%
Cuisine(s): Mexican . Cost: $$$ . Restaurant type: Casual Dining
Summary: El Mayor is a rooftop restaurant overlooking the excavation of the Templo Mayor. Excellent service. Tortillas and salsas are made on the spot by Tia Maria. There’s a wide variety of choices for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Worth a trip from anywhere …
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Colima 268
RATING: 86%
Cuisine(s): Eclectic Gourmet, Mexican . Cost: $$$ . Restaurant type: Casual Dining, Casual Gourmet
Summary: Yuban offers those that feel more comfortable in a less formal setting the opportunity to experience cuisine similar to what’s found at Quintonil and Pujol at about half the price.
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Calle de Chihuahua 139
RATING: 86%
Cuisine(s): Mexican . Cost: $$$ . Restaurant type: Casual Dining
Summary: Eno lives up to its good reputation. Pleasant ambiance. Varied menu with reasonable price. Hard to beat the place for breakfast.
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Altata 22
RATING: 86%
Cuisine(s): Mexican . Cost: $$$ . Restaurant type: Casual Dining
Summary: El Califa, with stylish décor, some one-of-a-kind menu items, attentive service and consistently good execution of the core menu items, is perhaps the best choice in Mexico City in this casual dining taquería format. It’s hands-down, the best place t …
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Calle Ozuluama 4
RATING: 86%
Cuisine(s): Mexican . Cost: $$$ . Restaurant type: Cafe, Casual Dining
Summary: Maque has a pleasant ambiance. Great for people watching. And a young, friendly, and attentive staff. Good food with high-quality ingredients. Reasonable prices. Great for breakfast, brunch or dinner. But get there early or expect a wait.
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Avenida Nuevo León 107
RATING: 84%
Cuisine(s): Mexican . Cost: $$$ . Restaurant type: Casual Dining
Summary: % Overall Rating Ambience 80% 80% Service 80% 80% Food (Execution) 80% 80% Creativity 90% 90% Value 80% 80% Restaurant Details Locale: Address: Telephone: Restaurant Type: Cuisine: Mexican Service Type: Price: Menu items offered: Hours: Restaurants w …
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Av. Emilio Castelar 111
RATING: 84%
Cuisine(s): Mexican . Cost: $$$ . Restaurant type: Casual Dining
Summary: A pleasant terrace overlooking the park, flawless service and wide range of breakfast items on the menu, including eggs done every way imaginable, make Casa Portuguesa Ollie O’s favorite spot for brunch on a Sunday morning in Mexico City.
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Calle Milán 44
RATING: 84%
Cuisine(s): Mexican . Cost: $$$ . Restaurant type: Cafe, Fast Casual
Summary: Ojo de Agua mphasizes fresh ingredients, offering a variety of traditional Mexican breakfasts. Excellent chilaquiles including an egg. Good prices too.
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Anatole France 98
RATING: 83%
Cuisine(s): Grilled Steaks, Mexican . Cost: $$$$ . Restaurant type: Casual Dining
Summary: La Unica has a nice ambiance, good food and friendly, attentive service. It’s a great place to watch the trendy crowd come and go. A bit expensive though.
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Nuevo León 68
RATING: 82%
Cuisine(s): Mexican . Cost: $$$$ . Restaurant type: Casual Dining
Summary: Azul offers a unique and pleasant twist on traditional Mexican cuisine elevating enchiladas and tacos to gourmet status in a casual atmosphere.
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Calle Campeche 322
RATING: 82%
Cuisine(s): Mexican . Cost: $$$ . Restaurant type: Casual Dining
Summary: Good traditional breakfast menu in an otherwise ordinary restaurant. Reasonable prices. Worth a visit if your close but not a trip across town. The Huevos Encamisados are a good choice for breakfast.
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Paseo de la Reforma 423
RATING: 82%
Cuisine(s): Mexican . Cost: $$ . Restaurant type: Buffet-Smorgasbord, Casual Dining
Summary: Spot-on. Eggs perfectly cooked. Everything done just right. Those strips of smoky poblanos and sweet caramelized onions were great. One of the best salsa verdes I’ve tasted.
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Avenida Homero 704
RATING: 81%
Cuisine(s): Mexican . Cost: $$$ . Restaurant type: Casual Dining
Summary: Villa María, located in Polanco, is one of the best choices in Mexico City for traditional Mexican cuisine. Expansive menu at reasonable prices.
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Culiacan 51
RATING: 80%
Cuisine(s): Mexican . Cost: $$$ . Restaurant type: Casual Dining
Summary: Taquerarte is Mexico City’s largest chain of casual-dining taquerías offering a diverse menu with lower prices than competitor El Califa. The décor is clean but basic. Lots of locations so likely there’s one close to you.
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Calle Bahía de las Palmas 37
RATING: 79%
Cuisine(s): Mexican . Cost: $$$ . Restaurant type: Casual Dining
Summary: Fonda de los Recuerdos is about classic as Mexican cuisine can be. Pleasant ambiance. Live mariachis. And prices on par with more favorably located restaurants in Polanco.
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Séneca 349
RATING: 78%
Cuisine(s): American Cuisine, Mexican . Cost: $$$ . Restaurant type: Casual Dining, Gastropub
Summary: Papa Bill’s is Mexico City’s most notable sports bar and restaurant that isn’t Hooters. The menu is loaded with American and Mexican sports bar classics, from hot wings to tacos.
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Campeche 340
RATING: 78%
Cuisine(s): Mexican . Cost: $$$ . Restaurant type: Casual Dining
Summary: Chuchito Perez is one of the new breed of upscale Mexican gastropubs offering an interesting fusion of Mexican, Asian and European cuisine to accompany a full range of cocktails and beers.
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Calle de Balderas 34
RATING: 78%
Cuisine(s): Mexican . Cost: $ . Restaurant type: Fast Casual
Summary: No need to spill that street taco on your Gucci loafers. Take it indoors to a fast casual dining room setting. Tacos, hauraches and other Mexican street fare with a variety of fresh condiments to pile on top. A meal for under US$5. A super value.
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Av Juárez 70
RATING: 76%
Cuisine(s): Mexican . Cost: $$$ . Restaurant type: Casual Dining
Summary: Not flashy. Not trendy. Just well executed and creative Mexican food at breakfast, lunch and dinner. Consistent quality and service make El Cardenal the place you “go back to” in Mexico City.
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Calle de Aguascalientes 232
RATING: 74%
Cuisine(s): Mexican . Cost: $$$ . Restaurant type: Casual Dining
Summary: Local mezcal producer, Alipús, has opened three restaurants in CDMX. Ambience and service were good but execution of the flautas fell short of expectations. Good but not great.
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Anatole France 100
RATING: 74%
Cuisine(s): Gourmet Mexican, Mexican . Cost: $$$$ . Restaurant type: Upscale Casual
Summary: Despite the very average meal and the gaudy décor, the service was very good. The prices were reasonable. As harsh as this review sounds, the restaurant is not sub-par. It’s just nothing special, despite what you would read online, in newspapers, and …
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Avenida Cuitláhuac 3102
RATING: 58%
Cuisine(s): Mexican . Cost: $$$ . Restaurant type: Casual Dining
Summary: This dining experience was so bad, in fact, that we’re adding Nicos to our list of overrated restaurants in Mexico City. It can proudly join Maximo Bistrot, and Biko on that list.

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