Great place! Really relaxing and quiet. Enjoyed the shrimp taco and great fries. Look forward to the rest of the menu. Very friendly! Great selection of mezccales.
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My husband and I went for a late lunch and I must say the food was very good. The place is dark and seems to support a very romantic atmosphere so I hope to return and enjoy the place for dinner. Had an amazing meal...More
restaurant is located in a more quiet street in Polanco. Come here every now and then. Food is ok, not extraordinary. Terrace is nice. Service is good. They have a decent menu with a bit of everything. It used to be a Argentinian style restaurant...More
Awesome Brunch! Starts a little late for me, 12, but typical for Mexico. All you can drink Champagne with different juices. Nice cheese bar/ pastries etc. Plus you get to order a dish from the menu. Nice patio to sit on.
We went there tuesday and had a wonderful lunch , the staff was amazing , very attentive . The head chef came out and introduced herself (Marcela)and made a few suggestions which were absoloutely great . It was funny how we kept eating from each...More
When writing a review, it is important to be extremely fair. A bad review can spell disaster for a restaurant and a good one might increase their clientele. I only hope that the owners-managers-chefs of this restaurant will take criticism in good stride and try...More
After various friends recommendation we finally visited this restaurant. The menu has a great variety of meals. We started with a nice salad(very good presentation) and for the main course I had beef with good flavor. What can I say..It's in my list of favorites...More
Located in one of the few not-so-crowded spots in Polanco neighborhood, "Como" has emerged --in my book-- as the best place to wine and/or dine in Mexico City. The menu blends ingredients from different and iconic cuisines, with amazing treats such as "chuleton", "sarteneada de...More
Como (now relocated to Aristóteles 239) has a great food and a trendy crowd of locals and expatrietes living in Polanco. The food has now a solid basque base, with amazing fish, beef, piglet (lechón) and lamb, with part of the tradition of the old...More