Restaurante Antiguo San Angel Inn

Top 1% of restaurants in Mexico City
7 / 10

8 expert reviews

“Dark mahogany furniture, crisp white table linens, exquisite blue-and-white Talavera place settings, and impeccable service strike a note of restrained opulence.”

– Fodor's

Concierge Concierge
"Always packed with regulars, this 17th-century former monastery is where locals take their out-of-town guests."
Gayot Gayot
"Should you decide to stay for a full meal, among the best dishes are the chicken in mole sauce, the poblanos stuffed with cheese, or the red snapper in Veracruz sauce." Full review
Michelin Guide Michelin Guide
"A firm candidate to be the most beautiful restaurant in the city, in a former hacienda built from the remains of a 17C convent."
Diners can choose between baronial inside rooms (preferred by wealthy locals) or exquisite garden patios.
DK Eyewitness DK Eyewitness
"The international menu offers chateaubriand and osso bucco, and Mexican specialties, including crepes huitlacoche. "
Rough Guide Rough Guide
"Popular with visiting dignitaries and tourists, this late seventeenth-century former Carmelite monastery has been an elegant restaurant with a sumptuous garden setting since 1915."
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