Bistro restaurants in Northeast Mexico
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A bit away from the center in the suburb of San Pedro, this restaurant is unique. Most of the recipes in this inviting little bistro, which is patronized by the chic upper crust, are inspired by pre-Hispanic cooking. English-speaking chef Adrian Herrera will guide you through the menu, which is ripe with delights like molito de hongos (mushroom mole with chicken) and pavo en pipián de cacao (turkey with pumpkin-seed and chocolate sauce). It’s located just south of Avenida Vasconcelos; if you take bus 130 get off by the Super Roma. A taxi is M$60 to M$70.