El Cardenal Review
In the ground floor of the Centro Histórico Sheraton across Juárez from the elegant Alameda, this upscale venue concentrates on food over surroundings (you could be in any luxury hotel in any city)—and how. For dinner, try one of the Oaxacan moles—colorado, rojo, or almendrado (almond). But the real treat is breakfast, replete with frothy hot chocolate, enchiladas, and fresh-baked pan dulce (a sweet Mexican pastry).
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