Consider these places that range from the classic quesadilla, to one of the favorites in the summer, ending with the new stuff that Mexican are promoting. loncheria Maria Isabel Traditional Quesadillas just like any Mexican food market, they are among the most famous in the city, you won’t regret it. They also have tostadas, sopecitos and flautas. This place is in the center of Polanco so it will be very convenient, I recommend it in the morning or as a Lunch. Emilio Castelar 14 Between Temístocles & Arquímedes, Col. Polanco Chapultepec, Tel. 5281 3835 Mi Gusto Es Culiacan style Fish and Selfish food, for your friend this is what Mexican fish tacos and tostadas should taste. If you like hot-spicy food ask for aguachile (raw shrimps cooked in lime and chile) and toritos mixtos (grilled marlin and shrimp covered in chile güero in a spicy sauce). Ceviches and Tostadas are really good. Torcuato Tasso 324-M Between Presidente Masaryk y Horacio, Col. Polanco Chapultepec, Tel. 5254-5678 La Bipolar Mexican New fusion cuisine, trying to assemble an old school Cantina with a twist. The palce is funny and really good. In the second floor they have a bar, so is a good idea to start with dinner and stay for a drink. Quesadillas with hibiscus and Tacos de arrachera are a must in this place, but all the food is amazing. For drinks try Cucumber Martini. This place is in the heart of Coyoacan in the south of the city. Malintzin 155, col. Coyoacán
La Bipolar Malintzin 155, col. Coyoacán, Tel. 5484-8230 Mi Gusto Es Torcuato Tasso 324-M Between Presidente Masaryk y Horacio, Col. Polanco Chapultepec, Tel. 5254-5678 loncheria Maria Isabel Emilio Castelar 14 Between Temístocles & Arquímedes, Col. Polanco Chapultepec, Tel. 5281 3835
Hi, I will be visiting China in the summer and my wife and I will be in shanghai and want to have dinner Chowhound style restaurant, fancy will be a extra. price range max 150 for both. By that time we will have been traveling China for one week. So It can be Non Chinese Cuisine might be a good idea. we are Mexican and both love food, We live in Boston and love daily catch, Neptune oysters and when traveling to NY never miss Momofuku. Any Italian, Mediterranean, Japanese, Peruvian, etc.
try one of the sparkling wines tours are under 1 hour and the process is very interesting I have tried Domaine Carneros, very cool tour and Gloria Ferrer
The sparkling wine process has the first part of the white wine plus the second fermentation process and the bottle arrangements and movements. If you can go on a week day you can even see how they freeze the bottle and cork it
Hi everyone: This is my first post. My family and I are traveling for the first time to San Francisco for 5 days. Here is what I need help from everyone: We are 10( 2 over 50, 4 between 25 and 30, 2 between 18 to 20, an 5 year old and 1.5 years old) Well have 2 cars , so we are going to be making diferent plans except for ney years. Fisrt and the one that seems to be the most dificult is the new years eve, What do you all recomend??? Second My Fiancee and I love good food from best cheap eats to not to be missed places, so we will like to try: 1.- Chinese or American Chinese (noodles, general tsao, orange chicken, rice, etc) In Chinatown for lunch. 2.- New American Cuisine (Eclectic, Fusion) For Diner 3.- City Speciality ( Example: Phily Chesse, NY Beagel, Salt lake Fries) any time. 4.- Japanese (sashimi, shabu shabu,Tempura ,sushi bar) 5.- Not to be missed Late Dinning. 6.- For New year something close to the watter for the fireworks show. 7.- Italian for my sister 20th birthday.