Mexico City is huge, and its table offerings infinite and versatile, I want to share with you my personal favorites those special spots you can find by simply roaming around the neighborhood, just walk a couple of blocks around Orchid House and you will arrive at hopefully some of the most transcendental culinary experiences of your life.
Tip: Depending on where you travel in Mexico the name for mixture of lime, salt, chile, and salsas will change. In some parts this will be called Michelada, in others Chelada, and others Ojo Rojo (that usually has Clamato).
Local tip: Where as you usually have to reserve at Contramar and sometimes far in advance, you won´t typically require reservation at Entremar.
Where? Lope de Vega 334
Reserve a spot at the bar for the Taco Omakase one of the most exciting culinary experiences I´ve had. Be prepared to eat many many tacos, to chat with the bartenders and servers that are exceptionally warm and welcoming, and to take a taste of Mexico (according to Enrique Olvera) home with you.
Where? Tennyson 133
Where? Emilio Castelar 212