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Best French Restaurant in Mexico City.

josephml1 Jun 26, 2009 08:55 PM

I am looking for some recommendations about a good French Restaurant in Mexico city...

I am going to be in Mexico for a week...

Thanks Everyone...

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    mexicanjl Jun 28, 2009 02:06 PM

    A very good place is Les Moustaches, if it still exists. I don't remember the street, but it is maybe a couple blocks away from the American Embassy and the Sheraton and Towers Hotel in Reforma.

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      josephml1 Jun 28, 2009 06:43 PM

      Yes i checked and they also have a Internet page, the menu looks good thanks for sharing...

      They are if Rio Sena...in cuahutemoc.

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        bronwen Jul 22, 2009 10:31 AM

        I've been to Fouquet's in Paris and there was one in Mexico City. If it's still there, it's sumptuous.

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      Evaristo Jun 28, 2009 12:10 PM

      I have heard good comments from close friends about two restaurants 1- Au Pied de Cochon, Hotel Presidente Intercontinental, Polanco. 2- Le Petit Resto, Ave. San Antonio 100, Colonia Nápoles, this one is samll and casual.... Does anyone has been to Les Moustaches lately? It´s has a long tradition...I´ve been to Le Bistrot Littéraire at La Librería Francesa, Colonia San Angel, and I had a very good time. I´ve been also to Mosaico in Condesa, close to Especia...maybe it has to do with my order, but it seems to me like if i had been to a Spanish restaurant....my memories of Mosaico are lot´s of olive oil, garlic, toast, red wine...

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        josephml1 Jun 28, 2009 06:03 PM

        Yes, I have tried Au pied de Cochon is very good and is open 24 hours...amazing wine list.

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        newintown2 Jun 27, 2009 06:48 AM

        I have only been living here a couple of months, but I know and like the food at Le Bouchon in Polanco very much. Bistrot Mosaico (there are 5 or 6 of them around town owned by the same people who own Champs d'Elysee...a super-serious and formal French restaurant on Reforma that I don't like that much...mostly for the formality, food isn't bad) is French with a Mexican twist and always pleasant.

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          josephml1 Jun 27, 2009 01:43 PM

          What is your favorite location of the Bistrot Mosaico?

          I am looking for a good Foie G...

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            newintown2 Jun 28, 2009 03:27 PM

            I like the one in Condesa for personal convenience, but the one in San Angel is in a beautiful location/building. I haven't had foie at any Mosacio and I have at Le Bouchon, where it is truly excellent.

            1. re: newintown2
              josephml1 Jun 28, 2009 06:02 PM

              Foie Grass yes definitve I will Try it...

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