Best Restaurants With Flamenco In Mexico City Near Me

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1. La tabernita

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125 reviews
La tabernita
Location
5
Price/Quality
5
Service
5
Parking
5
Wifi quality
5

Address: Cda. Cozumel 60, Roma Nte., Cuauhtémoc, 06700 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 12 PM

Telephone: +52 55 8891 9292

Business type: Restaurant


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Fiona Reid: Very friendly staff and delicious food. Perfect for tapas and a few drinks. Good wine options. On a quiet street but worth searching out.

Armando Ramírez Cruz (Metroid1998): Excellent place, atmosphere and service. Perfect for a date with your partner. wink wink

Luis Gutierrez: Exquisite Spanish food! In addition, the attention from the owner and all the staff is sensational. What a nice find. ALL SPECTACULAR!

Jessica Diaz: The waitress service was lousy. It just doesn't look like he had any kind of training. He threw everything from the tablecloth, saucers, glasses, even had the audacity to take his handbag and put it elsewhere. The food is good but with a service so terrifying to return. The other younger waitress at some point served us for salt and sauces and very good but the one that touched me P E S I M A

Jose Luis Hochstrasser: A great place for Spanish food….. worth going. I highly recommend it. Janette very attentive and moved always very nice with us. Great place

Israel Miguel Arriola Toiber: Delicious beer from Galicia, affordable prices according to the area and very good service. The nice and quiet place. They served us delicious snack 🙂

Amanda de la Rosa: The splendid food, the excellent location, however I would not go back, nor would I recommend it for the service. The waitress, Jeanette, most rude and bad faced... I imagine all the effort it takes to start a business, for a frustrated employee to ruin it.

Eduardo Conte: A wonderful place, with the owner attending you, you know from the beginning that the experience will be rewarding. Affordable prices and excellent food. Nice habit to go regularly.

ALBERTO PEREZ: Very grateful for the attention of its owner Sergio and staff; very well prepared and balanced food; as well as a place with a super nice atmosphere. Congratulations

Javier Noyola Regil: Authentic Spanish, delicious croquettes and tapas, also very generous Spanish tortillas. There could be more variety of desserts.

2. Las Tinajas

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556 reviews
Las Tinajas
Location
5
Price/Quality
5
Service
5
Parking
5
Wifi quality
5

Address: Pl. Melchor Ocampo 14, Cuauhtémoc, 06500 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 1 PM

Telephone: +52 55 5207 8899

Business type: Spanish restaurant



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Christopher Clark: Nice little outdoor restaurant to go to. Spanish cuisine. I have the salmon with an olive appetizer.

ia par: I can not say this restauran was an authentic Spanish restaurant but the service was nice and the food was ok.

Sandra Arroyo: Great food, great service, great people! It is legit and you have to try the ham!

edgarrote73: Real good Spaniard cuisine so tasty and good 😊

Daniel Lavoie: Super delicious, fantastic Spanish food! Careful with ordering wine! A glass of wine costs LESS than ordering by the bottle. That was the only disappointment. Service was really nice. The perfect spot on a Sunny Sunday afternoon.

Blanca Ramirez Gutierrez: Great Spanish food. The owner and his staff are extremely attentive. Everything is delicious. Best Rabo de Toro. Try to enjoy something different on every occasion. You won't regret it.

Javier Ortiz: Great authentic traditional Spanish food. Start with the “croquetas” and don’t forget to ask for the daily special. If you like squid Tuesday is the day to visit this place.

James: I only went for a drink so can't comment regarding the food but it smelt good. Exceptional service from the waiters.
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Carlos Jacobo: Great cheap Spanish restaurant

Carlos Junco: Excellent Spanish food, you have to try the black paella, it's delicious!

3. Juncal Tablao Flamenco

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Juncal Tablao Flamenco
Location
5
Price/Quality
5
Service
5
Parking
5
Wifi quality
5

Address: Av. Álvaro Obregón 293, Roma Nte., Cuauhtémoc, 06700 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico

Telephone: +52 55 6486 9586

Business type: Flamenco theater



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Mauricio Ramírez Gordon: Excellent show. Croquetas and tortilla were delicious. Worth every penny.

Graham Stanley: Expensive for what is in offer.

Melania Ortega: I have already gone 3 times and it is WONDERFUL, the artists they bring are incredible, of a very strong level. I have cried with emotion! I love! And the delicious food, for me I went every weekend, but sometimes you can't. The ideal place for a special celebration, I loved it!
Response: ❤️

Francisco Muller: First level flamenco, impeccable show, delicious food and excellent service.
Response: Thank you very much for leaving us these beautiful photos and for your comment, it is very important to us ❤️

Lupita Arrese: Excellent place with exquisite treatment and food!!! I have seen María in Madrid before, I know her quality and her professionalism. In addition, the place is suitable without architectural barriers so that anyone can access and enjoy this unmissable show. Congratulations!

Zoylinma Torres: Perfect place to share. The tortilla skewer is delicious! Very good taste in the decoration and something very important has conditions created for the disabled with a wide entrance ramp and a perfect bathroom!
Response: Thank you very much for leaving us your comment ❣️💃🏽

francis kafka: Great artists and excellent food. Highly recommended to visit. If you want to enjoy something different and good. This is the place.

A Compás Flamenco: Wonderful place…staff with excellent treatment. Top quality food and a unique show!!!. Totally recommended!! Thank you María Juncal for devising this space!!!
Response: ❤️ THANK YOU

perla matias garcia: We bought tickets for the show and they didn't notify us that it was canceled on Wednesday, we arrived and they only said that it was canceled due to a problem but what actually seems to have happened was that they canceled it because there would be no people that day, we had dinner and lunch It was not so good, the attention of the waiter was very pleasant but the least I expected was a detail from the house because they did not notify us of the cancellation of the event of course not the bill paid but at least one courtesy drink for their discourtesy. We returned the next day and the service was lousy, super late and with deficiencies I had to ask four times for bread, but experiencing all this was worth it, seeing María Juncal dance is truly a wonderful show, not even the musician with the Grammy managed to half of what Maria manages to do on stage! It is very worth it. If you want to see a great flamenco dance show this is the best place
Response: Thank you for your opinion. We will see you in the corresponding area to improve the service 🙏. We regret this situation and offer you a heartfelt apology. Thank you for your opinion of the show, our artists take the stage giving it their all, THANK YOU for your assessment ❣️

Leon 01: I could talk about the delicious food, the excellent cocktails, but I must devote all my attention to the flamenco show, Karime Amaya's level is from another world, from another time, it's crazy, it's beautiful and exciting. We were impressed, the quality of the musicians, the energy, the sound and the coordination left us breathless, these events are not common in this country, if you have the opportunity don't miss it, it really is AMAZING.
Response: Thank you very much for your comment, it helps us a lot to continue bringing these GREAT ARTISTS to our stage, it is an honor for us ❣️. We look forward to seeing you back soon.

4. El Cien

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120 reviews
El Cien
Location
5
Price/Quality
5
Service
5
Parking
5
Wifi quality
5

Address: Av. Tamaulipas 100, Hipódromo Condesa, Cuauhtémoc, 06170 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 1 PM

Telephone: +52 55 8661 0581

Business type: Spanish restaurant



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Edward Trejo: Careful. This place scams. Make sure you ask what the price is before the food is ordered. When the food arrives and that the manager confirms the price. Very terrible experience.

DAN GAZCONNY: We tried this place for a recommendation,xcellent service, fresh food and the best option for smoking on the terrace.We would love to be able to return to this place very soon and continue enjoying the Spanish wines, food and atmosphere.

Mercedes Gutiérrez: Restaurant with Spanish food. The paella prepared at the moment is delicious with fresh ingredients as well as the other dishes that we taste. Very good attention

Eduardo Gutierrez Toledo: Excellent food and service. The staff are very attentive and give you details about the food and wine. It is worth visiting!

Ximena Osorno: Highly recommended. The staff is very attentive, the food is delicious, the portions are good, the prices are moderate, I would go back without a doubt.

Xavi: I have not gone, but as a Spaniard, making a paella by adding all these things is a crime, the authentic Valencian paella only has vegetables, chicken, rabbit and yellow beans, and the one with seafood, prawns and point, I have even seen sausages, you are inventing the paella 😡😡

Miguel Peleteiro: For when I feel like Spanish food, El Cien is my place, highly recommended, good service, delicious food and great wine cellar at reasonable prices

Gerardo Villafranca: I really like going to this place! El Cien has super attentive and warm service without being overwhelming, Gabriel and Angel are great at service. The food is very tasty, every time we go and try something different, the taste and presentation of the dishes meets expectations. The average ticket cost for two people would be between 700 and 1000 (not alcoholic beverages). The ginger mint is the perfect drink, the ate with Manchego cheese is very simple, but great flavor, I love the paella and butifarra. Main course portions are generous, so be prepared to eat a large meal. The place has a very classic decoration of a menu restaurant in Madrid, I would recommend sitting on the ground floor near the sidewalk to have a view of the trees. Totally recommended =)

María ferazpo: We ordered the food to be delivered, and once they had sent us everything very good, but this time it was disappointing. The croquettes were burned, an unacceptable presentation, I don't know how they dared to send them like that; the guacamole was not only almost black, but also very ugly, it seemed old, very acidic; the egg omelette was not good either; the fries were all soggy, they looked old too, the only good thing was the serrano ham, and that one is not prepared by the chef, he just slices it. What a pity! It seemed like a good restaurant.

Alfonso Juárez Moctezuma: It is good and with affordable prices, the food fails a bit, the overcooked potato omelette in the center

5. La taberna del Chanclas

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33 reviews
La taberna del Chanclas
Location
4.1
Price/Quality
4.1
Service
4.2
Parking
4.1
Wifi quality
4.1

Address: Isabel La Católica 30-Interior R2, Centro Histórico de la Cdad. de México, Centro, Cuauhtémoc, 06000 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 1 PM

Telephone: +52 55 7922 0308

Business type: Restaurant



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David Lee: Tried going to Azul but stumbled upon this restaurant with the amazing patio dining area with an exquisite vertical wall garden. We only had appetizers and drinks but the shrimps were one of the best we ever had.

Lovey Sidhu: We actually came to eat at “Azul” and saw this bar(next to host table) and then found out that’s it’s a different restaurant. So we only stopped for drinks while waiting for our table at Azul. Our bartender Rod was really amazing! Great conversations, great recommendations for the city. Awesome!
Response: Dear Sidhu, we are “the Sidreria “ so happy to know that you liked our place. We hope that you can come back soon. Thank you!

FSR 74: We had just flown into town on a Saturday night and found ourselves wanting a drink before going to bed. We intended to go to a bar in the same building but never found it. Decided on this place because we like Spanish food, saw they had sidra and they had open tables. Well, what a find! The best tinto de verano I’ve had outside of Spain, generous portions of jamon iberico, huge morcilla, extremely flavorful gambas al ajillo and the smallest croquetas we’ve ever had, but it was okay because they tasted wonderful and we had plenty of other food. They only had one bottle of sidra on offer, which is totally fine, just surprising because the sign on their door said “sidreria” lol. We don’t have much real estate in our stomachs during a short trip in CDMX, but this place is good enough to go back again… and we just might! Spendy for Mexico, but totally worth it at $115USD, especially if you like Spanish food. It would’ve been half the price if we hadn’t ordered the jamon iberico and bottle of sidra.

Vladimir Shnayderman: Great layout wonderful design of the place mediocre food. The place has very good outside sitting and a lovely table layout it looks great but food is mediocre. I would say even lower than mediocre.Food: 2/5 | Service: 3/5 | Atmosphere: 4/5 …More

菅野奈央子: He at the bar counter was very kind to us. His smile and great food and drink made our day!! Will definitely be back when we come to Mexico City next year. ¡Gracias por tus buenos recuerdos!

James C: So delicious. Thanks Chanclas!

Judah Hernández Vásquez: Excellent Spanish food restaurant. A very select menu of hot and cold entrees. Its very complete 🍷 Spanish and house wine list. The house wine is highly recommended, a mild flavor to be enjoyed with various dishes. They have other stronger ones, if your taste is that demanding. A great place to enjoy a late breakfast, lunch or dinner. Whether with friends, family, partner or even business. Your attention and treatment of 5 stars 🌟. Value for money 100 recommended.
Response: Judah, what a pleasure to read from you and to know that you enjoyed the tavern so much! Really happy that you loved the place. We hope to see you again very soon. Thank you

Sofia GuRo (Srita.Sophie): The downtown where it is located is very beautiful. The restaurant is well decorated, very nice, the food is delicious, small portions. Fair prices.

atd ndroid: The most wannabe I've ever met. To be a cider house and only offer bottles, it is complicated. To have "the whole Madrid atmosphere" and they don't have squid or snacks, it's lousy. They are missing the Madrid-based scrambled eggs with Iberian ham, which in any bar in the Spanish capital they serve you in 5 minutes -and they are slow-. They serve them with burnt chistorra or bacon and for this they take more than half an hour. They really leave a lot to be desired. It could be called the Tavern of Pretense. Not wanting to go back.

Juan Carlos Urrutia: Everything I expected and didn't find at the Condesa branch, I found at this one in the Historic Center. Excellent experience, from the reception where it was not conditioned to occupy one of the tables in the beautiful garden for some minimum consumption. I was going for a drink just to kill time but ended up staying for a couple of hours enjoying the drinks, the service, a cheese board and the delicious bread and sauce courtesy of the house. Congratulations

6. Hostería La Bota

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Hostería La Bota
Location
4.3
Price/Quality
4.4
Service
4.3
Parking
4.3
Wifi quality
4.3

Address: Peatonal, San Jerónimo 40, Centro, Cuauhtémoc, 06050 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 1 PM

Telephone: +52 55 5709 9016

Business type: Spanish restaurant



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Ellie Haddon: Good food, fun atmosphere, very interesting decor! Prices reasonable but you do have to pay in cash. Would definitely recommend as a chilled dinner option for couples/friends.

Kwang Kow Wan: Fun atmosphere best for groups. Dishes were tasty, especially the tapas. Credit cards accepted but not AMEX.

Nailo Gottblut: This place it's just plain ok, food is good but some of the waiters are king of "meh". Although they are fast to service, just not that much into the service.Food: 4/5 | Service: 3/5 | Atmosphere: 3/5 …More

D Max: The place is cozy, full of stuff, and ornaments. The menu is varied and it has a fusion of Mexican, Spanish,a bit of American cuisine. The prices are reasonable and the service is good in general. They also promote young artists, painters and writers which is good.

zayn alam: Great food, especially Spanish dishes in a cosy resto bar environment. Affordable prices ensure that everyone can try out the wonderful items that this place has to offer. The ambience as well is amazing with each trinket on the wall with its own story to tell

Marco Reis: Very nice paella. Very good food. Fair prices :)

Sophia: Was expecting more after reading all the good reviews but the food was just ok! I had the pasta with pesto but there was too much pesto and cheese, it was almost drowned in it which made it very sickly after a few bites. Also, very overpriced but portion sizes were very large. I'd say to half your portion sizes and half the price, less food waste and more affordable.

Tim Spencer: Very alternative eatery, food was excellent and vibe is niceFood: 5/5 | Service: 5/5 | Atmosphere: 5/5 …More

Paul T: Great place to go for food and drinks, with a pleasant vibe. Domestic drinks are 40 pesos, which is more than reasonable, and the food is priced well too. I recommend the enfrijoladas with chicken, or the chiliquiles verde! Some of the best I’ve had!

Carlos Ramirez: Hidden gem on the San Jerónimo walking street in the Centro Histórico. Definitely recommend it for libations and sharing plates. The interior deco is amusing and surprising. Eclectic doesn't suffice. La Bota is super economical too. Support their literacy action by buying a book from young lady who stops by your table - unobtrusively - during your visit. Mostly locals hang out here and expect Classic Rock. Cool area surrounding La Bota.

7. HOJAS DE TE

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HOJAS DE TE
Location
4.6
Price/Quality
4.5
Service
4.5
Parking
4.5
Wifi quality
4.5

Address: Oslo 7, Juárez, Cuauhtémoc, 06600 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 10 AM

Business type: Dance school



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Lia Guttman: The best place in Mexico City for flamenco shoes and flamenco classes. The team is composed of passionate, talented women and men who are dedicating their lives to the art. The shows are incredibly intimate and the prices are fair.

Graham Stanley: Dance school. Also has intimate live flamenco shows in a fabulous setting. Have started a restaurant too. Can't wait to try it.
Response: Thank you Graham

Peggy Scherer: Excellent place for flamenco lovers, it has a bar and provides dance classes. In addition the place is small and very intimate, which allows an incredible experience.

Federico Balliriain: The place is very nice, a staff is super professional, and a beautiful teaching team! Highly recommended to go live a flamenco night or take classes!

Zonaescena A.C. Maricruz Jiménez: Hojas de Té is a benchmark for flamenco in our country. It forms, spreads and promotes this art. It is a unique space that offers classes with the best exponents of this art and produces high-quality shows.

migueL MoTa: They gave a great show last night, it seemed to me that each one of those who participated in the flamenco night gave the best they had. It was a great idea to have gone. That yes arrive on time because there is little space

Carlos Chavarria: Excellent place, intimate and warm, highly recommended!

pilar garza: Very good place and very rich dinner, affordable costs but above all very good show
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Pilar Bonilla: The place is nice, the people who attend very attentive and the artists excellent !! 🙂

Ana Pruneda: Referent of flamenco in Mexico. If you like flamenco, you have to go to Hojas de Té.

8. Mallorquina

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293 reviews
Mallorquina
Location
4.5
Price/Quality
4.4
Service
4.4
Parking
4.4
Wifi quality
4.4

Address: Av. Altavista 207, San Ángel, Álvaro Obregón, 01060 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9 AM

Telephone: +52 55 8663 5649

Business type: Spanish restaurant



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ZipCode Mexico: Faves con almejas. Could not find the almejas in mine. Also, the paella was undercooked. Great service though.

P. Rodrigo Montero: I came here on a Monday evening. It was deserted which is a good thing for me. The service is very good. Very few places in the city remain that have trained and attentive staff. Wine selection is average; the menu is varied enough for traditional Spanish dishes. Definitely give it a go.

Juan Carlos Martinez-Soto: Nice corner to have a quiet breakfast and talk for hours

Paco Candano: Excellent experience. I had time not to go and the quality is maintained. It is rare to find excellent Spanish in the south.

ANASTASSIA: Super recommended!! Delicious authentic Spanish food. Unbeatable service super located in Altavista I loved it I will always return 👏

Francisco Alvarado Schäfler: A recognition to the Chef for the kitchen, the comfortable place with very good location and excellent atmosphere. The attention is also first and the decoration of the home is very ad hoc to the restaurant. The prices are not exactly the friendliest but you will find quality in each of the dishes. Highly recommended

Alejandro Villanueva: Good Spanish food. Attentive and friendly service but very focused on selling the highest priced dishes. The feeling remains that they recommend by instruction rather than by conviction. Nice place but the screens with sports channels packed with commercials while you eat kills the experience.

Noticias JDS: A very good place in an excellent area, the service is first class and the taste of the dishes is very good. The menu is level and they have good options of dishes. Meat and fish are very good, the lentil soup is delicious and the desserts are the best on the menu.

Eduardo Zarandona: Highly recommended restaurant, prices a little high but worth it. Garlic shrimp and steak in red wine very good.

Bianks Ortiz: Everything is delicious!! Food and drink excellent! Super atmosphere, super service!

9. La Taberna del Chanclas

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592 reviews
La Taberna del Chanclas
Location
4.4
Price/Quality
4.3
Service
4.3
Parking
4.3
Wifi quality
4.3

Address: Aguascalientes 206, Hipódromo Condesa, Cuauhtémoc, 06100 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 1 PM

Telephone: +52 55 5264 3997

Business type: Spanish restaurant



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Laura Xu Chen: The cocktails are exquisite. We walked in and sat at the small private bar with a beautiful ambiance and lovely Spanish guitar music. We were greeted by very friendly waiters and cocktail maker was top notch!

Dionysus Francesca: I was the only one in the restaurant but for a young Asian couple who left 5 minutes after I arrived. I ordered tomato puree on toast (easy) and grilled sea bass with salad. The fish was not grilled and it wasn't cooked thoroughly. No flavor. Terribly disappointing. I asked for my check twice as six waiters stood looking at their phones, I finally went to the bar to check out. NOT impressed. And all for $875 for one person. NOT worth it.

Pablo C. Penaloza: Good Spanish food - in my opinion has better tapas than main dishes - great wines by the bottle, limited selection by glass -

Janet Vivancos: Delicious! There are two of these restaurants in Mexico City. My son in law said the other one is always packed. This one was pretty empty only a couple of tables with customers. We walked right in!

Adriana Siu: Pretty good Spanish food. I had a clam soup that was super delicious! The croquetas are alright. Great service though. Sangria is really good!

Guillermo Garcia de Vinuesa: Sadly I can't recommend this places as good as I'd like to. It's just not what it used to be.

Obaid Omar: Very dissapointed with their steak. More than half was all fat!! And the fact that I was ordering a ribeye but the waiter recommended it, makes it even worse. Also their fries were cold. If you come here and order beef, do yourself a favor and go to a REAL steakhouse. There is a difference between attentive service and intrusive service and the service here is very intrusive. Literally the waiter/waitress will stand and stare at your plate and I'm not even making this up

Felipe Barousse Boué (febb): Delicious Spanish style cuisine ! The place takes good care if the food quality, nice wines selection and prices are very reasonable. Nice ambience.

Julio Copo: Great place for Spanish food in a relaxed, traditional environment. The mushrooms with garlic and the "chuletón cabrales" are a must. Reservations are recommended

Kristin Quigley: Excellente! Food was amazing and very friendly wait staff. Highly reccomend!

10. La Mallorquina

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878 reviews
La Mallorquina
Location
4.4
Price/Quality
4.5
Service
4.4
Parking
4.4
Wifi quality
4.4

Address: Av. Emilio Castelar 65, Polanco, Polanco IV Secc, Miguel Hidalgo, 11550 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9 AM

Telephone: +52 55 6306 3416

Business type: Spanish restaurant



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Sergio Nieto: Nice place with good Spanish food and good service. We had the croquetas (just ok) and the ox tail (pretty good).

Alfredo perezdetejada: Amazing service, the Lechon is excellent, other menu items need improvement... service 10, food 7.5

A S: Terrible paella, We were amazed how bad it was. Expensive and bad food the worst combination !

Victor Alfredo Iglesias: La Mallorquina, Polanco, Mexico City Spanish/Basque Cuisine A beautiful and sunny Sunday afternoon that turned into one of the best dining-experiences I've ever had in Mexico City. In my view Carlos Arrieta's La Mallorquina is a solid contender for being one of the best restaurants in Mexico City, however, is incapable of being too pretentious due to the amazing hospitality and pure-ness of its food. Each dish will leave you speechless, and better educated on true Basque/Spanish Cuisine. The Ambience Nestled in the heart of Polanco, La Mallorquina is found in a non-assuming corner overlooking Parque Lincoln. Your dining experience is sure to come with lots of people watching while your pallet is in pure bliss. Within the restaurant you'll find subtle hints of the logo everywhere you look. The locale is separated by a bespoke wine cellar into two parts (one which can be used for private events). The feel is "fine dining-esque" without being too pretentious, and the wait-staff is sure to make you feel as if you were at home. Intimate lighting and tasteful décor make la Mallorquina a great place for any occasion, from a date to a foody work meet, you're sure to leave very well satisfied. The Food In order, this is what I had: Tortilla Española A modest and restrained entrance to the Basque and another 3 main dishes. This is a simple Spanish Tortilla served on-top of home-baked bread. Spread some of the garlic aioli you get on this and prepare yourself for the next dish. Huevos Del Patron (Con Foie Gras) Patatas and a super-rich Foie Gras are the base of perfectly fried egg and topped with Jamon Serrano. Do yourself a favor and cut it up well, and your palette will thank you. Small dish with a generous amounts of flavor, get a piece of every part of the dish with every bite. Huachinango A la Donostiarra A classic of the Basque, this was truly the best Sea Bass I've ever had. You'd never think that such few ingredients can produce such complex and delicious flavors. The fish is cooked to absolute perfection and literally melts in your mouth. The portion was also generous, so sharing is caring. Arroz Meloso Con Rabo de Toro Paired this with a bottle of Rejadorada Roble (tinto). Each bite was incredibly rich with flavor with each grain of rice cooked to perfection, the wine made an excellent pair and perfectly deglazed the fatty and richness of the Arroz Meloso. Tarta Santiago The finale. A classic Spanish desert that goes really well with some coffee or even better, I'd recommend re-hydrating your palette with a Carajillo after every bite. Grab a piece of the Tarta and order some Caramel Ice Cream to go with every bite. This restaurant has left a lasting impression longing for more of its food. Hospitable staff, no-bull original Basque cuisine, beautiful presentation, tasteful and thorough wine list, and a wonderful desert. I cannot recommend this place enough.

Raj Sharma: Excellent place for lunch..for networking and meeting everyone you need.Also helps to know the owners.😁

LINDSAY HU: Good spot for some quality Spanish jamon

simon tarrab: My go too restauran for spanish food in mexico

Alessandro Labelli: Spanish restaurant located in front of Lincoln Park in the heart of Polanco. The place is somewhat upscale (for example, tables had cloth, kind of rarity these days), but there isn't any dress code. Went with some friends for an early dinner on a weekday. We shared several tapas: food was delicious. Staff was courteous. Place is not too expensive.

Robby Achirul: mostly serve spanish dish, decent quality food

David Wilk: Had dinner at LA mallorquina at 6pm. Probably the early bird hour given the 8:30.and 9pm reservations and closing time of midnight. On a Thursday. Food was fantastic Spanish cuisine, the service was amazing. No less than 2 waiters personally served (to our plates) everything, swapped out utensils constantly, new plates 3times and a new table cloth in the middle of the meal. Only a buck 50 for 5 people worth of food, best value I've ever seen. Spectacular.

11. La cueva rociera

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La cueva rociera
Location
4.6
Price/Quality
4.6
Service
4.7
Parking
4.6
Wifi quality
4.6

Address: Campos Elíseos 269, Polanco, Polanco IV Secc, Miguel Hidalgo, 11550 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico

Schedule: Temporarily closed

Business type: Bar & grill


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Miguel Angel Sanchez del Moral: Bad, very bad, for dinner. But the shows are alright

Luis Chumacero: Great tasting food very well presented nice atmosphere great service!

Victor Valadez: excellent

Ariel Andrade Andrade mendoza: excellent

12. Centro Cultural Flamenco México

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Centro Cultural Flamenco México
Location
4.2
Price/Quality
4.2
Service
4.3
Parking
4.2
Wifi quality
4.2

Address: Amores 949, Col del Valle Centro, Benito Juárez, 03100 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 6:40 PM

Telephone: +52 55 1907 6640

Business type: Dance school



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sabrina monroy: Excellent teachers 👌 and all the teaching and administrative staff, they are super attentive!!!

Carlos Y: The classes are super fun, learn and at the same time have fun like in few places; The atmosphere is unbeatable, truly a beautiful community. I went to several before and the incomparable facilities. First world! Come on, not even in Spain can you find an academy like this. And now with their new courses there is no excuse not to go.

Alejandra Cruz González: A fantastic place to learn flamenco. The atmosphere is very relaxed and fun, without losing the discipline that is required to learn this art. You manage to really understand what you are dancing by combining technique, theory and music.

Sergio Morel: A great school; I have been a student for more than 3 years and I have learned a lot. The director, Enriqueta Santiago, is a great teacher with a great passion for flamenco and for teaching. Definitely a great option to learn flamenco

Brenda E. Crabtree Ramírez: I have been a student since 2015 and I am delighted with the way the Director of the Center (Enriqueta Santiago) teaches, she has a very good technique, she is patient, she is fun and she infects you with flamenco passion. It also has a lot of flexibility in hours. Very highly recommended.

Fiona Sanchez: Excellent place to share your passion for flamenco, you will not only learn a lot, you will also make friends, the atmosphere is fantastic, it is always very fun to go, All the teachers are excellent, and if you are also lucky to learn with Enriqueta Santiago, what better .

pilar rodriguez: Terrible treatment of those in charge of giving the information. For suggesting that they change the phone that is available on the web page (because it corresponds to an area where they do not give information about courses), the administration one hung up on me! And the person who answered me later also hung up on me saying that they don't want rude people at the academy! Who are the rude here?

Elena Cravioto: The best classes, the teacher has an incredible way of giving the class and enormous patience. I really enjoy the classes and I learn more.

Mariana Morales: The best place to dance pure flamenco, with the extraordinary and unique Queta Santiago, through the method used in Spain. Dance from the first class.

Ivo: I just started with the classes and I was surprised by the patience of the teacher, she is super kind

13. El Chanclas

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594 reviews
El Chanclas
Location
4.4
Price/Quality
4.3
Service
4.3
Parking
4.3
Wifi quality
4.3

Address: Av. Isaac Newton 18, Polanco, Polanco IV Secc, Miguel Hidalgo, 11500 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 1:30 PM

Telephone: +52 55 7090 6020

Business type: Spanish restaurant


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Natalia Bocharova: I was very disappointed about food! Liked just wine there! Iberian ham was not the best quality and too fat , cheese not good, even salad with tomato and avocado they made horrible because of terrible fat souse! Steak not so great as well! So I ordered a lot of food and went home hungry but drunk because of good red wine !))left in the restaurant make up Dior and they didn’t return me that :( not that nice...
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Juan Pablo Martín: The place is really nice, small but cozy and elegant with outside seating. The food is good but I prefer other Spanish restaurants in the city and the area. It is a great option to dine with a date.
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simon tarrab: great food is one of the best spansh food rest in mx city do not let the outside disive you in the in side great decore and great atmosfere
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Pablo Garza: Amazing spanish cuisine, the best posible service and delicious food
Response: Dear Pablo, thank you very much for your visit and his comments. See you soon!

Liron Ham: Good food, amazing service, good drinksA bit expensive.
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true blue: Enjoyed great tapas and some awesome flamenco dancing!
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Jordi Albatross: Another Spanish restaurant option in Polanco which is amongst the best around. Their croquetas, jamón and paella are good, but huevos estrellados (or rotos) are the thing to eat here, not that they reach the Casa Lucio (Madrid) level, but they are very good. There is also a good selection of Rioja and Ribera del Duero. Both seating inside and on the terrace outside are pleasant.
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Ravi Hingorani: Good casual place for drinks and light food
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Viviana Tena: The worst attitude ever. We couldn't´t reserve a table because it was fully booked, when we got there there was an empty table which was reserved for 3pm. It was 3.30 and the extremely rude captain Ivan told us that he was holding the table because they have called saying that they would arrive late. He hold it for more than an hour while we were waiting in the bar. The people finally got there around 4.10 pm, they sat down for a couple of minutes and then they left. We never knew what happened. Ivan never apologized he even seemed to enjoy making us mad and angry.

Patricio A.: Excellent tapas restaurant in Polanco. Would suggest trying the “huevos rotos con Chistorra”. Great food and Service all around.
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14. Casa de las tías restaurant

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Casa de las tías restaurant
Location
4.6
Price/Quality
4.5
Service
4.5
Parking
4.5
Wifi quality
4.5

Address: Jesús A. Flores #28, Observatorio, Miguel Hidalgo, 11860 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 2 PM

Telephone: +52 55 6306 8056

Business type: Restaurant



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Leo Sadiua: great home cook food, the soup is very delicious. very friendly tia’s servers to a non spanish speaker like me

Andres Rodriguez 34: The man who serves is always on the run, also among themselves, restaurant staff, they are always fighting and they make it more than evident what affects the environment. On the other hand, it did not seem to me that in the corrected meal they only offered me two main course options and at other tables they offer three options, they also insist a lot that one order from the menu and not full meal.

Karla Mdez: I love that place, the food is super delicious and a familiar and pleasant atmosphere

Adriana G. Villanueva: Good food, good service nice place, quiet

Mónica Rodríguez: Super delicious food like my grandmother used to make. The aunts are very kind and happy.

Betzabé Rodríguez: A pleasant surprise in the Observatory Colony. They live up to their name, run by some very friendly "aunts", the food is delicious and the price is affordable. It is located inside one of the typical houses of the area and they have tried to condition it to make it a restaurant. Perhaps it would be good if they worked a little more on cleaning and presenting the place, apart from that, highly recommended

Luis Chaman: Good place, very well attended, the food is good. Just comment that the sauce does not bite at all. From then on it was a very good place.

Víctor Sánchez: The food is excellent, with very good flavor, quality, presentation of the dish and variety. The staff that attends are very friendly and always attentive in case you need anything. Prices are very good in relation to quality and portions.

Sergio Javier Navarrete Torres: Delicious dishes and unbeatable attention, they have fireplaces in some of their facilities, in my opinion it would be nice to organize pleasant evenings

Alan Daniel Samano Nieves: Good food but the menu seems somewhat expensive to me.

15. Pasillo de Humo

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Pasillo de Humo
Location
4.4
Price/Quality
4.3
Service
4.3
Parking
4.3
Wifi quality
4.3

Address: Av Nuevo León 107, Hipódromo, Cuauhtémoc, 06100 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 1 PM

Telephone: +52 55 5211 7263

Business type: Mexican restaurant



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frida hallgren: We had a great experience, very nice both food and cocktails! The ribs were delicious. They had a high chair for our child and lots to look at, great for families.

Lourdes Alvarez: Very good! You really feel the experiences of being and eating in Oaxaca. Prices are a bit hight but similar to prices in CDMX. I strongly recommend it.

Agnes Theresia: This place is only great for the eyes but not for your tummy. Foods are bland need more work, there are better restaurants with Oaxacan dish around.

Eryn Gayle de Leon: Great introduction to Oaxacan food ❤️ Good service and drinks. A bit pricier due to the location. Menu in English available.

Jorge Galindo: Nice atmosphere and service and decent prices. Most dishes we ordered were a bit bland (catch of the day) or overly salty (molcajete). The pescadillas were amazing though!

Jason: This place was awful, despite all the good reviews. Please read some of the bad reviews, as they're all spot on! Food looks nice in pictures, but us overpriced for what you get, and the taste and flavors were okay at best. This place was empty at lunch, the waiters came with an unmarked and overpriced mezcal cart and were very pushy about getting alcohol. Watch-out: We ordered water and they charged us $120MX, which for context, most beer is $50-80MX at other restaurants. We also realized the bottle came opened and in previous reviews, they've been caught refilling them with tap. Not sure if this happened with us, but it was our first meal and got sick afterwards. Please be careful! Ambience: This place also does all their cooking over an open flame, but the ventilation is not good and makes everything a bit smokey. It feels like a converted sports bar with a 70" TV mounted on the wall, old style bar and tight seating with a cloud of smoke. I'd avoid this place if you can!

Ceraun Loggins: Cute lil Oaxacan place the mezcal was good and the tlayudas are a must have!

edgar Lucas: The mole with rice was fantastic! wow I was blown away, the chicken was baked and crunchy in a good way, it came with grilled banana.The chipiche Mezcal was good I haven't had a cocktail like that and I had many cocktails around the world.The tortilla was good.I will definitely come back.

Luis Gonzalez: Great Oaxaca food. This place offers food that you simply can’t get anywhere but in Mexico. Its not the cheapest place to visit, but the food makes it worth it. The only downside, is that prices are not always visible, so you might get recommended a Mezcal, without any disclosure of it being 500 pesos per serving. I would only be careful about that aspect, but aside from that, its a great place.

Pratik Desai: Best Oaxacan restaurant in Mexico City, as far as I could tell! Only complaint was the very high prices on the Mezcal - make sure to ask upfront on the prices! The service was amazing as well.