This is a magnificent building, beautifully furnished and landscaped. I wish someone would turn it into a museum and save the public who dine there such enormous disappointment. The wines were very overpriced. The "tenderloin" was a tough-loin. I managed to saw off a single bite, but left the remainder. The sauce on the beef was very nice, and I ate it as a bread dip. The dollop of mashed potato was just ok, but likely from powdered dried potatoes. The green beans seemed a long way from fresh; they were over-cooked and, I suspect, frozen. The raspberry mille-feuille was excellent. The coffee was weak and tepid. The meal was sorely over-priced. It was a very disappointing evening, like a cheap wine in a fancy bottle. Mexico city has many great restaurants, and the local food is so good. Skip this one.
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