Maximo is very much into seasonal and morels are very much in season. The service was attentive and knowledgeable. Our overall experience was unforgettable. This must be it. Mexivo is full of amazing places, this just is one more. Explore the Best Women-Led Restaurants in Mexico City for 2019, $1900; Menú degustación con maridaje $2700, Hoja de aguacate, Gin, Vermouth, frambuesa, Matusalem Platino, limón, menta fresca, azúcar, soda, Copa 150ml / Botella 750ml /Botella 1500 ml, Finca Las Lomas, Cosautlán, Veracruz (1300 msnm) Notas dulces de chocolates y especias, acidez fina, regusto frutal y herbal. There are strong influences from France, perhaps from the chef’s early days working at Le Bernardin under Eric Ripert in New York. One of the dishes my wife and I ordered was a Risotto with Truffle. Biography. Due to local restrictions, this restaurant may not be accepting reservations at the moment. The dish was perfectly cooked. For the first time in Mexico, I saw a Fitou from the Southwest of France. On April 27, 2013, Andrea Benítez, the daughter of the head of Mexico’s Office of the Federal Prosecutor for the Consumer (PROFECO), Humberto Benítez Treviño, was involved in a scandal about abuse of power. Menús del día; Menú a la carta; Grocery list; Bebidas en restaurante {"baseUrl":"http://www.opentable.com","environment":"prod-sc","hostName":"mesos-agent121-prod-sc.otsql.opentable.com:31132","language":"en","releaseName":"start-page-docker_teamcity_2.0.10382","requestId":"da2b4e3b-ab59-48a1-91bb-c6d42d635308"}, Av. I will never get back, it was a chance we passed by that place, it has left an indelible memory of negativity that I will never be able to get back. And which restaurant do I think is Mexico City’s best? And there are slight nods to Mexican cuisine throughout the menu. She is Gabriela Lopez Cruz, the co-owner with her husband and chef Eduardo Garcia. 1121 Reviews. The chef as well as the guides which recommends this restaurant with the highest recommendation should definitely take a second look at the way guests are treated here.More, Maximo captivated our palates and further secured Mexico City as one our top 3 gastronomic destinations. The sommelier really understands the food. Find on the map and call to book a table. Even with a reservation they make you wait with the most rude attitude. Our 2 week trip around Mexico presented us with a varying offering of food, both in style and quality and it’s easy to say that Maximo Bistro was the best. Fresh huitlacoche, provoleta (Argentina’s contribution to great cheeses), summer truffle and parmesan all intertwined through the creamiest long grain rice. I finally was provided a menu and orderEd an appetizer. Muy recomendable, Think we ordered the wrong thing with the suckling pig, other entrees were better. And indeed, later the same day, PROFECO inspectors closed the restaurant on what were widely seen as trumped-up reasons. At the bottom of the bowl is buried treasure, a goose egg of burrata cheese thats flavor explodes into the broth when pierced by the side of the spoon. The queen of Toronto tacos will soon be sharing some very tasty information. Máximo Bistrot Mexico City, D.F. After a long and heartwarming road at our current location, we thought for the need of moving. If you want a long, leisurely dinner this might not be for you but if you want amazing food in a beautiful ambience, definitely go. Me habían recomendado el rissotto (cualquiera que hubiera) y la pesca (dándole énfasis a la frescura de los ingredientes) y vaya que tenían razón. Overall good experience with delicious food. The chef as well as the guides which recommends this restaurant with the highest recommendation should definitely take a second look at the way guests are treated here. Seasonally highly variable there are always a few very pleasant surprises. I come to praise Caesar. Wine list was so marked up in price. In the middle of Mexico. The menu described it as having white chocolate and mint but the fruit…grapes, blueberries, blackberries and raspberries…dominated the taste. It was still almost empty at 2:00, a little more than half full at 2:30. Gabriela refused, stating that there was a list of people with reservations and she would have to wait. I had to wait to receive a menu for about 10 minutes or so; I found that strange. Would recommend inside if you are dining at night. There is not extract of truffe in that oilive or other oil. The constantly changing menu, which draws on European and some Mexican recipes, features fresh, seasonal ingredients in dishes such as crab-stuffed courgette flowers, while simple ingredients like white string beans dusted in Parmesan take on new life. Our best dining experience in Mexico City! International, Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options, Gluten Free Options, Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options, Gluten Free Options, Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service. Certainly hope to be back the next time we’re in CDMX! Which is very difficult when there are seven on the list. After fifteen minutes or so I started to feel lightheaded and my throat was hurting. The bar is inconveniently located upstairs but one has to go through another outside entrance. On open table it is called "French"among others, but it is not even close to French.