Food and dining in Mexico City offers up a surprisingly unique and innovative culinary tradition with native ingredients blended with modern cosmopolitan style to create distinct and different dishes. At restaurants like Quintonil, you'll discover surprising delicacies like prepared ant larvae. At El Hidalguense you'll enjoy weekend lamb barbacoa. Check out El Huequito for authentic tacos al pastor.

    Popular local restaurants include Pujol, a restaurant that is world-renowned for its fine dining experience; Mesa B, where the monthly dinner series is nothing if not unexpected; and La Casa de Toño, a 24-hour diner serving up reliable, traditional Mexican comfort food.

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