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Fontina Trattoria

Juárez, Mexico City, Mixcoac - Insurgentes, San Angel - Guadalupe Inn

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Overall Rating

  • Ambience 80%
  • Service 90%
  • Food (Execution) 80%
  • Creativity 70%
  • Value 90%

Details for Location Reviewed
Fontina Trattoria

Locale: Juárez, Mexico City, Mixcoac - Insurgentes, San Angel - Guadalupe Inn Address: Calle General Prim 62

Telephone: Calle Gral. Prim 62

Restaurant Type: Casual Dining
Cuisine: Italian Service Type: Table Service Price: $$ Menu items offered: Breads and Pastries, Coffee, Desserts, Egg Breakfast Dishes, Espresso, Pasta, Pizza, Salads, Soups

Hours: Sun-Sat: 9:00am to 11:00pm

This restaurant has multiple locations. Please refer to the map for information about each location including hours of operation.

Details for Location Reviewed
Fontina Trattoria

Locale: Juárez, Mexico City, Mixcoac - Insurgentes, San Angel - Guadalupe Inn
Address: Calle General Prim 62
Telephone: Calle Gral. Prim 62

Restaurant Type: Casual Dining
Cuisine: Italian
Service Type: Table Service

Price: $$
Restaurant Features:

Hours: Sun-Sat: 9:00am to 11:00pm

This restaurant has multiple locations. Please refer to the map for information about each location including hours of operation.

Summary of Review

Fontina Trattoria is not your stereotypical Italian restaurant. It’s tastefully decorated with good food and service in a family-friendly setting. All at the best prices in town. Pizza, pasta and more.

Summary of Review

Fontina Trattoria is not your stereotypical Italian restaurant. It’s tastefully decorated with good food and service in a family-friendly setting. All at the best prices in town. Pizza, pasta and more.

Restaurant Review for Fontina Trattoria

 

Review by: Ollie O
Rating: 4.1 stars
Review Date: 09/10/2016

No stereotypical green and red décor at Fontina Trattoria. No cliché red-checkered tablecloths. It’s tastefully decorated and serves reasonably priced Italian cuisine in a family-friendly atmosphere. It’s located in Juárez in a neighborhood with many new restaurants within a couple of blocks of Comidor Lucerna, Milan 44 and many of the city’s top restaurants along Paseo de Reforma.

The menu is simple. A few classic appetizers, salads, soups, pasta and pizza. Hungry at 9 a.m.? No problem. They also serve breakfast with all the traditional egg dishes, chilaquiles and enchiladas. All well executed at the lowest prices in town.

We were there recently for lunch and had a bruschetta appetizer and spaghetti Bolognese. Both exceeded the quality of the food we recently had at both Nonsolo in Polanco and Attenti in Cuauhtémoc, despite being more reasonably priced. And the chocolate cake with a raspberry coulis was better than many desserts we’ve tasted at high-end restaurants.

The serve a limited variety of cocktails with tequila, mezcal and gin. And they have a limited offering of beer (Stella Artois and Heineken) and wine.

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