6 expert reviews
“Danubio has been a Mexico City tradition since 1936, and it remains an excellent choice for dining in the Historic Center.”
"The menu is wide and varied, but the specialties tend toward fish and seafood." Full review
"Legions of waiters ferry platters of stuffed red snapper, smoked Norwegian salmon, and the specialty langostinos (crayfish) in mojo de ajo (garlic), and much more. "
"Established restaurant that has specialized in seafood since 1936."
Travel + Leisure
"Crab ceviche, lobster thermidor, oysters au gratin and shrimp are among the more than 100 items that you’ll find at this classic downtown house, where every single dish is cooked to order." Full review
"Basque food may not be what you think of when you think of Mexico, but Danubio absolutely deserves a visit. It’s been open for more than 85 years, and I don’t think it has changed at all"
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March 29, 2022
The langoustines a la plancha, grilled and served simply with garlic sauce, are a must.