Reviews on French food in Amecameca, Estado de Mexico, Mexico. Amecameca (formally Amecameca de Juárez) is a town and municipality located in the eastern panhandle of Mexico State between Mexico City and the Iztaccíhuatl and Popocatépetl volcanos of the Sierra Nevada mountain range. It is located on federal highway 115 which leads to Cuautla, which is called the Volcano Route (Ruta de los Volcanes). This area is popular with weekend visitors from Mexico City, Puebla and Morelos to enjoy the scenery of the mountains, eat local foods, visit the Sanctuary of the Señor del Sacromonte, the Panoaya Hacienda and other attractions. However, when Popocatépetl is active, tourism here drops dramatically. The area receives a large number of visitors during the annual Carnival/Festival del Señor del Sacromonte, which extends over the week containing Ash Wednesday and is considered to be one of the most important festivals in Mexico State.
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4 based on 747 reviews
Les Moustaches is an award-winning fine dining restaurant. The magnificent French food and exclusive wine list are the elements that have made Les Moustaches a well-known and prestigious restaurant. It is located in a renovated house from the last century
Every single bite of everything was just out of this world. If you get to Mex City, make a point to go there. Truly. Surprisingly reasonable, and utterly delicious. Service is impeccable. There were 3 of us, and they bring all the entrees as covered plates, and had 3 waiters open them all on the same exact cue, with a flourish.I only eat salmon on occasion as I find the taste a bit strong, quickly tire of it, but they give you a tasting spoon of minced salmon with herbs that I could have sat there and eaten a full bowl of it and been in nirvana. I have never tasted salmon that good, and I've had it prepared all sorts of ways.The Oysters Rockefeller, I don't know what they sauteed the spinach in but it's enough to make you hover above the table on wings. Best spinach in my life, where the oysters were secondary, though tender and lovely, and the spinach was king.Escargot, plump, juicy and tender, in garlicky butter with herbs and spices.The Beef Wellington was perfectly cooked, in a tender moist pastry, tender potatoes, but the gravy/sauce, oh my. Exquisite. I don't know what it was made with, but it was superb. I could have eaten a bowl of it with a spoon.It was our friend's birthday, so they brought her a piping hot lemon souffle that had to have been concocted by angels, we all had a taste, and of course, about 6 men sang for her.Violin and piano, beautiful music, romantic, and not overwhelming. Just beautiful.Incredible food, incredible service, beautiful atmosphere.Wherever you stay in Mx Cty, it's worth the cab fare, trust me. I've eaten a lot of good food down here, but we all agreed, it would be our go-to spot anytime we were in town. Unfailingly.Personalmente le mando un cordial saludo desde aqui el Restaurante Les Moustaches, mi nombre es Luis Galvez y soy el propietario del Restaurante, le agradezco mucho los comentarios y me da mucha alegria que personas como usted que vienen de visita a MÃ©xico se vayan con un buen sabor de boca, gracias por visitarnos, espero que regresen a MÃ©xico muy pronto y nos vuelvan a visitar, los esperamos
4 based on 1016 reviews
Contemporary vintage space where you can enjoy excellent modern and classical French cuisine along with a Wine Spectator awarded wine selection from around the world and a very impressive cocktail bar. Espacio vintage contemporÃ¡neo donde se disfruta excel
I had high expectations, I must admit, after reading several reviews and articles about Eloise. When we arrived, we were seated immediately (we had a reservation) and the waiter seemed very friendly. The seating was very tight and we had to ask for napkins & cutlery a couple of times. There was a mistake with our drink order and service dropped after that. The food was good, burger, steak and great short rib (although everyone tried the mashed potatoes and we all agreed it had a sticky texture). Dessert was nice (ice cream & crema brÃ»lÃ©e). Not sure I would return as CDMX has so many other and possibly better value for the price. But not a bad option if youâre in the area. Thank you very much for your comments. We take into account your comments regarding the service and our food. They help us to continue improving and listen to what our customers think of us.
4 based on 981 reviews
When youâre hungry at anytime (24 hours, 365 days a year) Au Pied de Cochon is available to serve you.An upscale experience and truly a 5 star meal. My colleague and I were quickly seated and we began looking over the menu. We inquired about a wine list and a sommelier brought an iPad by with over 2200 wine varieties! We opted by the glass and they still offered over 200 vinos to choose from. My colleague chose a local red and I went with the Vino Blanco Gustave Lorentz GewÃ¼rztraminer Reserve, a delicious white. As we looked over the menu, the waiter brought by a complimentary plate of PÃ¢tÃ© and an assorted bread basket with butter. My colleague ordered the Bavette skirt steak and I chose the 200 gram Filet Mignon accompanied with a bordelaise sauce, baked potato and bone marrow. The filet was very succulent and cooked medium to perfection. We both agreed we didnât have room for dessert but the waiter still brought a complimentary plate of goodies along with the check. A delicious French cuisine restaurant located inside the Presidente Intercontinental hotel in Mexico City.Thank you very much for visiting us and writing this review, we are glad you enjoyed your stay at Au Pied de Cochon.
4 based on 369 reviews
Mexico Cityâs first and best creperie, established in 1974. Cluny is located in the heart of the historical quarter of San Angel in the south of Mexico City and housed in a grand building which was the former residence of one of the areaâs wealthiest fami
We had been up to the bazar which is a 5 minuet walk away(Great for a Saturday Ramble amongst the crafts 100s of stalls) My wife had not been to Cluny for many years. The food was excellent service was very good. Even better we sat outside and enjoyed a 4 cheese filled crepe and a forest mushroom crepe,they where both large and well cooked, plenty of fresh bread served before hand, coffee to follow.A lovely lunch was had by all.
4 based on 250 reviews
Masion Belen is a breakfast/brunch restaurant located steps away from the hotel district in Polanco, Mexico City. It has been open for at least a year now and is quite a popular breakfast choice.
Extremely rude! We waited for 45 minutes for a table and watched while parties who arrived after us were seated first. When I asked (in Spanish) how much longer the wait was, the hostess answered 20 minutes even though there were multiple open tables. She made it clear that they would not be accommodating us, and so we left. Definitely would not recommend.
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