This simple sidewalk restaurant mixes Mexican fusion dishes with Italian and other international recipes. It excels at arrachera (beef) or al pastor (pork) tacos, but the extensive menu ranges from filet mignon to enchiladas to lobster. The traditional Maya dishes are especially good; try the chicken relleno negro, which isn’t found on many menus (the negro comes from burnt chilies). Also unusual for this area is a full page of vegetarian options, including brochettes, fajitas, and chile relleno.
- Christine Delsol