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Hosteria de Santo Domingo - Restaurant Mexico City - Mexico

(Entrées $8)

Santo Domingo is famous for its Chiles en Nogada, or chiles stuffed with meat and fruit, bathed in white sauce and sprinkled with pomegranate seeds. The dish is meant to represent the colors of the national flag and elsewhere is usually only available seasonally. At Santo Domingo, you can chow down in austere, traditional surroundings while being serenaded by a strolling violinist. The food isn't brilliant, but the ambiance is unique and the prices won't break the bank.

Mon-Sun 9 a.m.-10 p.m.

Location:
Belisario Domínguez 72
Zócalo, Mexico City, Mexico

Restaurant Types:
Traditional

Atmosphere: Entertainment / live music

Regulations: Yes

Dress Code: Sport

Reservation: Not necessary

Park Options: No

Contact Information:
Phone: 55 265 276/ 55 101 434
E-mail: info(at)remove-this.hosteriadesantodomingo.com.mx
URL: www.hosteriadesantodomingo.com.mx



Other Restaurants in Zócalo that may be of interest: Casino Español, El Cardenal, Cafe Tacuba, Sanborns Los Azulejos, El Mayor, Salon Corona, Restaurant Bar Chon, La Concordia, El Mirador and Bertico Café.








04 Jan 2009







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