After eating at Las Rosas, the traveler will understand why this local restaurant has been in business since 1974. Itâ€™s off the tourist track, north of the Instituto Cultural, near the junction of Porfirio DĂaz and Belisario DomĂnguez.
The breakfast menu is unusual in that standard egg dishes play second fiddle to other options that include choices like Swiss chard with cheese and spinach with potatoes.The fixed price comida is an outstanding value. It always features DoĂ±a OlĂâ€™s famous mole as well as four other entrees.
Las Rosas 309
Price Description: Tax, but not tip, included.
the 60 peso comida is higher than some fondas but portions are large, the food is excellent, and it includes appetizer, soup, rice or macaroni, a large plate of the entree, dessert, and agua de fruta.
Menu Features:Kids menu, vegetarian dishes, fixed-price meals at lunch
Service Features:Takeout, children friendly
Bar Features:Full bar, wine / beer, bring your own beer, no alcohol served
Dress Code: Casual
Reservation: Not necessary
Park Options: Yes