When top chef Jair Téllez teamed up with the owners of Mexico City restaurant Contramar, the result was MeroToro. Focusing on Baja California-style surf and turf, the constantly changing menu offers fresh ceviche, raviolis and risottos, fish dishes such as roasted red snapper with kohlrabi puree, and meatier options such as slow-cooked wagyu short rib. MeroToro also has a great selection of Baja Californian wine as well as cocktails and craft beers.
It arises from a search claim transform traditional Mexican cuisine and do something to transcend to a higher level. Today Pujol is among the top three restaurants in Latin America and ranks number 17 on the San Pellegrino list of the top 50 restaurants in the world.
Located in Polanco, Quintonil has blossomed into one of the city’s best culinary spots under the guidance of Mexican Chef Jorge Vallejo. The restaurant offers a cuisine which clearly expresses the flavors and forms of modern Mexican food tradition. This is a vision of contemporary national cuisine that flourishes because of adherence to gourmet food artistry and everyday common sense. Quintonil uses local producers to create dishes that taste of home. Ordinary flavors are seductively presented in an uplifting space, and with unmistakable Mexican hospitality. This is a culinary experience you can't miss.