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Breakfast at La Aceituna

Mexico City, Polanco

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Overall Rating

  • Ambience 70%
  • Service 80%
  • Food (Execution) 70%
  • Creativity 70%
  • Value 80%

Details for Location Reviewed
Breakfast at La Aceituna

Locale: Mexico City, Polanco
Address: Luis G. Urbina 4

Telephone: +52 55 5280 2604
Restaurant Type: Casual Dining
Cuisine: Italian
Service Type: Table Service
Price: $$$ Menu items offered: Salads, Soups
Hours: Mon-Sun: 9:30am to 2am

Restaurant Details
Breakfast at La Aceituna

Locale: Mexico City, Polanco
Address: Luis G. Urbina 4

Telephone: +52 55 5280 2604
Restaurant Type: Casual Dining
Cuisine: Italian
Service Type: Table Service
Price: $$$ Menu items offered: Salads, Soups
Hours: Mon-Sun: 9:30am to 2am

Summary of Review

Service was top-notch with an army of waiters scurrying about on the terrace attending to every request. The WIFI worked flawlessly although the password was a bit hard to understand so I let the waiter type it in for me.

Summary of Review

Service was top-notch with an army of waiters scurrying about on the terrace attending to every request. The WIFI worked flawlessly although the password was a bit hard to understand so I let the waiter type it in for me.

Restaurant Review for Breakfast at La Aceituna

 

Review by: Ollie O
Rating: 3.7 stars
Review Date: 09/10/2016

The obvious advantage of La Aceituna is its proximity to the many international hotels situated within a couple of blocks. It has a large awning covered terrace with four large flat screen televisions, usually showing some sporting event (most often soccer). The terrace is a pleasant venue for sitting, enjoying a beer or a cup of coffee, watching the people strolling by, or, as I did on this particular Saturday morning, having some eggs for breakfast. They open for service at 9 a.m., seven days a week and have a big variety of items on their breakfast menu.

I had the Diablos, scrambled eggs drenched in a chipotle pepper sauce, with a bit of refried beans on the side. On request they’ll provide you with a basket of tortillas you can use to fashion some Diablos tacos.

Service was top-notch with an army of waiters scurrying about on the terrace attending to every request. The WIFI worked flawlessly although the password was a bit hard to understand so I let the waiter type it in for me. (The only WIFI password I don’t have trouble with is “youcanthackthis”.)

The only downside to this place is that (at least on Saturday mornings) if you sit on the terrace you’ll be bombarded by beggars and street vendors selling every worthless commodity you can imagine.

But if you can endure that misery, you can enjoy a fairly breakfast.

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