This is not really a fonda--it harbors a chef in cook’s clothing. The trappings may recall mom and pop, but the reality is Modern Mexican. Fonda Fina, already a hot spot amongst the Roma/Condesa cognoscenti.
Different recipes ceviche, sea urchin, scallops Bahia de Ensenada, grilled octopus, tuna Oaxaca and other delicacies from the sea are part of Campobaja menu, where you can enjoy recipes from both the family and the home environment.
In the bohemian neighborhood of Roma, is the perfect option for those looking for authentic Mexican coastal flavor in a relaxed family atmosphere. You will not be wrong when ordering here: all dishes are guarantee of freshness, simplicity and quality, worthy of being savored and enjoyed.
With its traditional dishes like; octopus, shrimp and fish shaker, cooking technique prehispanic the zarandeo is rescued. Most of the food on the grill is sifted to have a more natural feel, and is handmade which adds more flavor in every bite.
It is the first establishment of the three Primary food truck chefs. The proposal cakes are a traditional dish of Mexican cuisine, which have the characteristic of using ingredients from different regions of the country.
It is the third restaurant-bar oldest Mexico. Famous for the legend that Pancho Villa shot the ceiling. It began as a patisserie elite, at the time of Porfirio Diaz. In 1895, they moved to the place since then occupies.
The building was built with stones from the pyramids recovery, consisting of three rooms in a beautiful colonial house, whose first work dates from the seventeenth century. The house owes its name to the reliefs of sirens on top of the facade.
It offers an unbeatable panoramic, unique view on the city and from which you can appreciste all the historic center as well as the mythical ruins of the Templo Mayor. Merges Mexican food with contemporary touches.