Really enjoyed my meal here. It is obviously a restaurant for locals, but I love that ..... A bit difficult translating the menu but managed in the end. Large portions and the food is tasty and cheap. I would eat here again.
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Four of us were very pleased with our meals. Two had arrachera ( marinated beef), one had Chile en Nogada and couldn't believe it could be gotten in the winter, and I enjoyed chicken fajitas. My wife felt the guacamole was the most flavorful of...More
This is one of the great restaurants of Mexico City. All of the entrees are well made and presented in style. Service good, and the ambiance takes you back to an earlier time. They usually have music- when we were there, they had a trio-...More
If you can order the filet of robalo (a fish) topped with huauzontle (an herb) served on a cheese sauce. It was sublime, stunning, rich, mouth-watering, unforgettable. The decor and historical ambience make the place worth a visit, but that fish...! My friend had the...More
After a long day of exploring Mexico City north of the Zocalo, I made it a point to have a relaxing dinner at Hosteria de Santo Domingo. I was not disappointed. The restaurant was busy in the early evening, but the staff seated me immediately....More
Beautiful, historic restaurant with a peaceful, homey atmosphere and friendly staff. The house specialty (Chile con Nogada) is a rather unusual dish, but tasty. It is a big portion, very filling and could probably feed 2 people. The Chile Relleno was not very good, however....More
La hosteria is a great option to eat traditional mexican food! Is nearby the main square and has an old fashioned environment. I went there to try the chile de nogada, which is a traditional dish served between august and october -ish. They have live...More