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Old 21-10-2003, 06:20 PM
Glenn Jacobs
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Default Mexico - Is Mexico City a good destination for food?

On 06 Aug 2003 07:23:51 GMT, WalkerDlwalke wrote:

I like Mexican food quite a bit. Various other vacation plans have fallen
through and I am now thinking about going to Mex City and environs for a week
or so. Mostly, my interest would be good eats...and maybe a bit of cultural
stuff and perhaps some relaxing out of town. Anyhow, anyone know how Mexico
City is as a food destination?


Try La Hacieda de Los Morales. I have eaten there several time over the
years and the food is excellent, but not cheap. They used to require a
coat and tie at dinner (evening meal). I am not sure if that is still the


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