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Bistro Mosaico

Av. Michoacán, 10 (Insurgentes) Send to Phone
5584 2932
Homemade pâtés and charcuterie in Mexico City’s favored French bistro.


Lunch daily, Dinner Mon.-Sat.

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Operations may be disrupted due to COVID-19. Be sure to contact the restaurant to find out its current status and offerings.

Bistro Mosaico Restaurant Review

: Mexico City’s favored French bistro, in the fashionable Condesa neighborhood, Bistro Mosaico attracts a well-heeled and attractive crowd on a daily basis. It’s a pretty establishment of tile and wood, decorated with French movie posters and advertisements from the 1930s, and the service is so attentive that you can almost overlook the occasional carelessness of the kitchen, which is especially notable when it comes to over-salting. The best appetizers are the homemade pâtés and charcuterie items, and among the standout entrées are the entrecôte in tarragon sauce, the chicken in Dijon mustard sauce, steak tartare, and sausage with lentils. You can also try your luck with the daily specials, printed on a blackboard. Bistro Mosaico sells freshly-baked breads and pastries, charcuterie items and a few salads to-go in case you’re in the mood for a picnic.

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