Had a delightful meal here with my husband. Everything was beautifully presented. I especially enjoyed the horchata with pistacchio.
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This is certainly different to any food we have eaten before. Beautifully presented, very colourful and many different tastes. The service was excellent and helpful. There is an English language menu but it does use a lot of Spanish and Mexican terms. The waiters were...More
The presentation, restaurant and overall design over the top. The food and service were good but did not live up to our expectations. To many ingredients.
This restaurant came highly recommended and it certainly did not disappoint. Lovely atmosphere, excellent service and interesting, delicious food, accompanied by a very good Mexican wine recommended by our server. An to finish it off, the presentation of the desserts is quixotic and delightful.
This restaurant is very kid friendly, my sister and I had fantastic meals. My tacos 🌮were delicious, and my sister had great empanadas. They brought us (kids) little cookies🍪. After dinner they brought us amazing desserts on very intricate displays, and extra candy after that!...More
I recently had dinner with a group of friends at Dulce Patria in Mexico City this week. I had the ceviche plus the pork rondelles. The dinner was exquisite and it was truly wwhat I consider to be food art. The local Mexican wines were...More
Checked in late, this restaurant is part of the hotel but with a separate entrance around the corner. Everything around the check in was lovely, gave us courage to try a “hotel” restaurant which we seldom do. Walked outside, place was crowded. No hesitation, walked...More
Mrs C and I are enjoying a few days eating our way through Mexico City. As ever we try and take in the full gamut from street food to fine dining - Dulce Patria was recommended by locals as a good high end Mexican option....More