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.
Named after the French actor Jean-Paul Belmondo, famous for his funny, pouty frown in Jean-Luc Godard’s Breathless, Belmondo’s excellent sandwiches and soups will surely leave an opposite expression on your face.
Delicious hamburgers with four kinds of ketchup, douse their fries in truffle oil, offer a whole menu dedicated to the gin and tonic (another Mexican obsession), and serve a surprisingly good veggie burger. The burgers are named after musicians—the “Bowie” features roasted poblanos, guacamole, fried tortilla strips, bacon, and Swiss cheese, while the “Zappa” has foie gras and caramelized onions.
Is the perfect place to enjoy good food with friends in an unpretentious atmosphere for either lunch or dinner restaurant. If you're heading to any of the nightclubs near La Cibeles in Colonia Roma, Matthew is a great option to get first to ask some of their cocktails or mezcal while enjoying the DJ plays on weekends.
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.
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.
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.