El Raco El Raco
Av. Sonora, 174-A (Av. Mexico)
Mexico City, mexico 06700
Cuisine: Catalán
First-rate Catalán food in an intimate setting.
Openings: Lunch Tues.-Sun., Dinner Tues.-Sat.


El Raco Restaurant Review:

This Catalán restaurant in the Colonia Condesa, Mexico City’s trendiest neighborhood, is unlike many other of the area’s eateries, where you can barely hear yourself think---quiet and romantic. Also unlike many other Mexico City restaurants, it has a fairly extensive list of wines at reasonable prices, including great Spanish selections. Among the standout dishes are a sauté of artichoke hearts, mushrooms and Spanish-style ham; fideuá (similar to paella, but made with noodles instead of rice); red snapper baked in salt; and rice baked with seafood in squid ink. El Racó is rarely crowded at night, so particularly during the week it’s a fine place to go for an intimate experience.

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