I have to admit that among the 4 or 5 restaurants in the hotel this was my last choice. I wanted something more local and the French one was the last choice. It won due to the fact it was one of two open at...More
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This is one of my prefered spots for an excellent meal. I also love the fact that they are open 24 / 7, so you can have a late late dinner!!. Escargots are just delicious, but my prefer dish is the Tartar!! Is simply great!
Located in the Polanco neighborhood, this restaurant was recommended by colleagues that I was meeting for breakfast. They were excited that I was in the area so we could try the restaurant and it was as great as they had heard. Food and service were...More
Ok, so if you are in Mexico City and want to try Mexican food, this is NOT the place you want to go... Buuuut, if you are in Mexico and want to be served as part of the royalty and have a great French meal...More
I think none. I had an average Onion Soup and a really bad Steak Tartare. And to make it worse, the well stacked French Fries were no good. Service was ok. Fortunately we selected a good wine. First and last visit.
I reserved a table in this renown restaurant for my wife and my Wedding Anniversary. From the moment we stepped in the place, we felt NOT welcome. Our table was facing a dark place, and when we asked to have another table, it became a...More
In a world of great local Mexican cuisine that sets a high bar it is equally pleasant to find Classic French cuisine of equivalent caliber. An evening of onion soups and snails and pied-de-cochon and Paris-Brest accompanied with a nice Bourgogne is a nice change...More
This restaurant came highly recommended. We are true foodies and this was very disappointing. Service was great!!! Atmosphere so so. The fish soup was delicious. Tuna tartar was ok not great. DO NOT order the Caesar salad with shrimp. Absolutely disgusting. The dressing is horrible...More
Dear Parshooter73, Thank you very much for your comments. We highly value your feedback and use it our strive to get better. We hope to see you back again at Au Pied de Cochon Polanco, Ciudad de Mexico. Best Regards, Fabrice Bottois Restaurant Manager
Set in the Intercontinental on the second floor. The menu contained a lot of offal products which was unusual. Very quiet but service was attentive. If you do not like offal go for the fish or carpaccio which was both very good.