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sheriff | Apr 25, 201807:55 AM     3

Hi - I'm heading to CDMX this weekend with a group of friends. We'd like to go to Nicos but the only day we can do it is on Saturday, which is the same day we have a dinner reservation at Quintonil. As a result, I'd prefer not to do a later comida and still be full for dinner. I have an 11 AM reservation which is listed as "breakfast". Does that mean there will only be egg dishes on the menu? I was hoping to try the Chile en Nogada while there.

Also, does anyone have any thoughts on Comedor Jacinta for dinner? Was looking at that for the evening we arrive because it's close to our apartment. Other option would be to travel to Pasillo de Humo (closer to the bars that we'll eventually end up at). Thanks all for the help!

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