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Aguila y Sol, Azul y Oro, Alkimia


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Aguila y Sol, Azul y Oro, Alkimia

Jorge | Jun 3, 2007 07:01 PM

I'll be spending a weekend in Mexico City and I would like to try some of the Nueva Cocina Mexicana. But I'll be traveling with two children and I'm worried that the restaurants could be too uptight. My sons are used to eating out and they know how to behave at restaurants, but I'm still concerned, specially after reading about the "trendiness" of Aguila y Sol, which is at the top of my list.

So far these are my options:

Aguila y Sol - I've been reading wounderful things about this place and I've read Marta Chapa's books. What's a typical tab for a party of four, not including alcoholic drinks? Is there a tasting menu? Is it child friendly?

Azul y Oro - I'm a big supporter of Pumas, the university soccer team, so I'll be there.

Alkimia - I heard this is related the famed Centro Culinario, so I want to check it out just out of curiosity and if I ever quit my day job and follow my dream of cooking school, I'll know where to go.


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