Fodor's Expert Review Café de Tacuba

$$ Centro Histórico Mexican

An essential, if touristy, breakfast, lunch, dinner, or snack stop downtown, this Mexican classic opened in 1912 in a section of an old convent. At the entrance to the main dining room are huge 18th-century oil paintings depicting the invention of mole poblano, a complex sauce featuring a variety of chilies and chocolate that was created by the nuns in the Santa Rosa Convent in Puebla. A student group dressed in medieval capes and hats usually serenades diners Wednesday through Sunday afternoons.

Mexican Lively Breakfast Lunch Dinner $$

Quick Facts

Calle Tacuba 28
Mexico City, Quintana Roo  06010, Mexico

55-5521–2048

www.cafedetacuba.com.mx

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