Fancy a taste of the finest French cuisine but like the comfort of having a friendly taco stand around the corner? Don’t bother with Paris, come to Mexico City! In Mexico’s largest city there’s a wealth of dining options, which can be confusing for the uninitiated novice. Here’s our guide to the capital’s top French restaurants you have to try.
Mexico City’s French dining institution and award-winning Les Moustaches is one of the originals and remains the best on the scene forty years on. Consistently well reviewed, this popular hotspot for authentic French food in the heart of the Mexican capital is not to be missed. Famed for its fantastic ambiance, live violinist, and regal interior, its food is also outstanding. Sommelier Jonas will assist you in choosing the perfect wine accompaniment to your dinner, be it foie gras or escargot in a garlic butter. It’s well worth treating yourself to a fine dining experience at Les Moustaches.
Address & telephone number: Río Sena 88 Colonia Cuahtemoc, Distrito Federal, Mexico, +52 55 5533 3390
Contemporary. Chic. Minimal. Eloise is a divine French restaurant, offering both traditional and novel new dishes to satisfy every diner, in a beautifully decorated, neoclassical- inspired interior. Each dish, from the truffle topped huevos rotos to the risotto with escargot, draws from and is influenced by classic French dishes and ingredients, yet simultaneously breaks away from the traditional to serve up something truly original. Reservations are a must for this small but always busy restaurant in Colonia San Ángel. Make sure to stay after dinner and enjoy a martini.