La Hosteria de Santo Domingo
6 expert reviews
“While most places only offer the stuffed pepper classic in September here, you’ll find it on the menu year-round. ”
– Time Out
"This genteel institution near downtown's Plaza Santo Domingo has been serving colonial dishes in a delightful town house since the late 19th century." Full review
"Whipping up classic Mexican fare since 1860, this hugely popular restaurant has a festive atmosphere, enhanced by chamber music." Full review
"One of the oldest restaurants in the city, first opened in 1860 in part of the former Convent of Santo Domingo."
"The best of Mexico’s regional specialties are served, including mole poblano (Puebla-style mole). "
"Full of character, this moderately priced restaurant in part of a former convent looks great, with decorations hanging from the ceiling, artesanía all over the walls and, usually, a..."