First impressions go a long way... Azul y Oro Histórico and Azul y Oro CCU (at the UNAM Cultural Center) are good restaurants. Azul y Oro Ingeniería (also within the university campus) not so much. Or maybe they are all getting worse, since their creator and founder, multi-awarded chef Ricardo Muñoz Zurita is not around to supervise quality. Don't trust restaurants where the chef is not actually there to cook. All Azul y Oro restaurants are expensive and the food is not worth it. Or maybe some dishes.... I took cochinita pibil and couldn't finish with it. My last review on Azul y Oro was better because food was better on the other location, at CCU.
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