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ClosedOpens at 13:30
$$$$ Price range per person MXN 590
Anatole France 100, Mexico City
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Mexico City, Mexico

Guests reserve a table for tasty meals here and enjoy the sights of Lincoln Park. If you want to try Mexican dishes, get your chance and visit this restaurant. It's worth visiting Dulce Patria because of mouthwatering duck, ceviche and fillet steaks. Here clients can delve deep into delicious meals, and taste good churros, coconut flans and gelato. This place serves delicious Rose margarita, wine or tequila. Drink the great americano, cafe de olla or tomato juice served here.

A cozy place with a beautiful interior is all you need for a holiday with your family. Most visitors suppose that the staff is well-trained at this spot. People say that the service is fabulous here. This restaurant provides you with a great choice of dishes for attractive prices. Frommer's experts like Dulce Patria, since they granted it 3 stars.

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Plating is beautiful, however the taste is very average. The dessert was definitely the best part of the meal. Prices are very reasonable and service is great.
The food and presentation where above average and I especially loved how fair the prices were for the quality and location in one of the most expensive neighborhoods of Mexico. I removed a star because I felt like the servers constantly try to upsell you. When you arrive they ask if you want an agua fresca right away and make it seem like its a courtesy but actually there is a cost. I never know with these kinds of caliber of restaurants what actually has a cost or what is part of the service/ an amuse bouche. they do give you free (tiny) portions of traditional mexican sweets at the end with the check which is a nice touch.
Wow wow wow is all I can say! A delicious, wonderful, eccentric, beautiful sensory experience. Martha Ortiz knows what she's doing, and she should absolutely keep doing it. The ambiance was great, presentation of the dishes were complete art, and the food itself was so delicious, a vibrant and eccentric modern take on the traditional flavors and ingredients of Mexico. In addition, the staff was more attentive than most other restaurants I have been to in Mexico City, as well. As this is a popular tourist destination, many of the wait staff also speak English, which is quite helpful, too. They have the standard menu, but also have a small menu that changes monthly. This month it was "love is love", and had many romantic pink and rose themed dishes. Definitely on the pricier end of restaurants in Mexico City, the small plates can easily make the restaurant tab add up as you want to try a little bit of everything. Considering this is such a unique, one of a kind experience, though, I would say it is absolutely worth the splurge. As far as my main dish went, the fire dance fish, it was halibut, and the flavor was amazing. The pumpkin tamale that it came with was so good, and definitely changed my thoughts on tamales MUCH, much for the better. To summarize, Dulce Patria is a unique, artistic, beautiful, delicious place that I would absolutely recommend a trip to.
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Anatole France 100, Mexico City, Mexico
Outdoor seating Сredit cards accepted Wi-Fi Booking Parking Wheelchair accessible No takeaway TV
Opening hours
SundaySun 13:30-17:30
MondayMon 13:30-23:30
TuesdayTue 13:30-23:30
WednesdayWed 13:30-23:30
ThursdayThu 13:30-23:30
FridayFri 13:30-23:30
SaturdaySat 13:30-23:30

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