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8 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.
Frommer's Frommer's
"Merotoro brings the flavors of Baja to Mexico City, which means surf and turf, here transformed into something of an art form." Full review
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
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