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Mexico City Restaurants


Updated 12/31/1969

Fodor's Review

The silk-clad staff includes a sake sommelier in this prestigious restaurant in the Hotel Nikko. Kaiseki is the specialty, a series of small, exquisite dishes. Prices are high, but you're getting the best Japanese food in the city.

Restaurant Information


Ground fl. of Nikko Hotel, Campos Elíseos 204, Mexico City, 11560, Mexico


55-5283–8700 Ext. 8600

Restaurant Details:

  • Credit cards accepted

Updated 12/31/1969


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By Shifra

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Apr 29, 2008

Excellent food

Benkay continues to have the freshest ingredients of any Japanese restaurants in the country thanks to being part of the Nikko-Japan Airlines group. The restaurant periodically gets bad press for being expensive, or for the service. The Sunday buffet costing $200 is an excellent value.

By adriana

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Jun 10, 2006


I´ve lived a couple years in Hawaii and over here the japanese community is huge, therefore you find lots of japanese restaurants. however I found Benkay superior in food quality, service and atmosphere. Í´ve been there several times, and every single time I´ve had an awesome culinary experience.....!

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