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7 expert reviews

“Located on a particularly tree-lined section of Amsterdam Avenue in chic Condesa, MeroToro wears the surf-and-turf tag well.”

– Condé Nast Traveler

Concierge Concierge
"Its name derived from the Spanish words for fish and bull, MeroToro is the Slow Food queen's take on surf and turf."
Must eat: Grilled octopus with pickled vegetables, sea beans, and green chiles.
Travel + Leisure Travel + Leisure
"Beloved chef Jair Téllez (known for his Ensenada restaurant, Laja), brings the flavors of Baja California to Mexico City in this surf-and-turf joint, outfitted with reclaimed wood and Edison bulbs." Full review
Tasting Table Tasting Table
"On the tree-lined avenue of Amsterdam, which wraps around the Hipodromo of la Condesa, sits MeroToro, an elegant Baja California-inspired outpost." Full review
Lonely Planet Lonely Planet
Top Choice
"If you're missing the coast, make a reservation at this Baja-style restaurant." Full review
Time Out Time Out
"This simple and sophisticated spot lets the grub speak for itself." Full review
A space that’s warm and friendly – with natural exposed wooden touches – helps diners focus on the food and drinks while avoiding distractions.
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