La Casa de las Sirenas, Mexico City
(3.6/5 based on 35 reviews on the web)
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  • I liked the view my only which does not reach a table view since everything was full I liked food decoration in dishes.
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  • The place is very nice and the view is beautiful, the food is good, without being outstanding, the service is good but they have been rising prices and be a range restaurant means now is a little expensive. Good place for business lunches. Recommended for visitors of good purchasing power. There is that climb two floors of stairs. Not there is elevator.
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  • A wonderful place to eat in couple if they are visiting the historic centre of the CDMX. Sopes with poison, the mole chicken and duck, safety pins
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  • So very cozy! Great selection of tequila amd mezcal as well as local artesanal beer. The bartenders can help curate a tasting menu for you. I only had botanas but the cochinita and sopes were great!
  • A beautiful place to visit if you're getting to know Mexico City. The food is great, the atmosphere is ok and there's a fantastic mind blowing variety of "mezcal", a Mexican distilled drink, if your thing is strong liquor.
  • Way too overpriced! The food was good but the portions are ridiculously small for the prices. They tell you they have a beautiful view from the terrace but the view is not that great: you will be facing the north face of the cathedral which blocks everything else, and most importantly, you will only have that view if you get one of the two two-person tables right on the edge of the terrace which you have to reserve in advance, of course you don't know that until you are there. Do not bother to go to this place, you can easily find something better, cheaper and with better views of the cathedral and the Zócalo on the west side of Plaza de la Constitución.
  • Great ambience. Delicious food. Service was attentive but not overwhelming. Margaritas were tasty!
  • Some dishes were better than others. We really enjoyed the chicken appetizers with pecans and dried fruit. The pork tasted a little off. The balcony gave a view of the cathedral and national palace if you sat on one of the two high tables. But honestly I didn't think the view was all that beautiful. I thought the cactus salad was nice - delicately sweet with shrimp atop.