Quintonil, Mexico City

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Things to Know Before Visiting Quintonil

  • 0.37% of people who visit Mexico City include Quintonil in their plan

  • 95% of people start their Quintonil visit around 1 PM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Quintonil

Tuesday and Friday

People normally also visit Benidorm while planning their trip to Quintonil.

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Quintonil, Mexico City Reviews

  • Cozy restaurant in Polanco with extremely creative, beautiful and delicious dishes. The to octopus or the ant eggs! Amazing service BUT, we reserved several months in advance and on the day of our reservation, the restaurant asked us to arrive 15 minutes earlier. We agreed but only arrived 10 minutes earlier. The hostess advised us that due to this 5 minute delay on our part, we were not allowed to have the tasting menu! We couldn't believe our ears and we were extremely disappointed but this lack of hospitality!!! Despite this setback, the meal was amazing. Bravo to the chef. Quite expensive but worth it!

  • I can't say enough good things about Quintonil. The space is cozy as soon as you step in, plenty of flowers and comfortable furniture all around. Dinner itself was masterful, with the tasting menu being one of the best meals I've ever had. Flavor balance, pacing, textures, presentation; all so carefully crafted and rehearsed. On top of the food and ambiance, the service was perfect, and the cherry on top was the tea presentation at the conclusion of the meal: fresh bunches of herbs and flowers that I can only assume are cut from the restaurant's garden that day. Absolutely wonderful from start to finish!

  • Well organized and well executed fine dining. My wife and I shared two starters, three mains, and two deserts, and our server made sure the kitchen divided each dish so we had our own portions. Each dish was appropriately timed, allowing us more than two hours to enjoy our meal. Most of the food was very good, though a few dishes were merely above average. Though not surprising, the portions were indeed quite small. We were glad for the experience, however we wouldn't return unless someone else footed the bill! Our food experience in CDMX was that you can find nearly as unique, excellent food for a far better value!

  • The food was exquisite, the service was good, and ambiance would have been fine if not for this table of 6 douchbros who were so loud and classless it ruined my ability to enjoy the meal. I couldn't even hear the explanations of the tasting menu over their cursing and laughing. They acted like they were in a dive bar rather than one of the world's 50 beat restaurants. Despite multiple complaints from every other table in the room, the staff did not do anything about it, and continued to serve them drinks as they became more and more disruptive. I would have spend twice the money on drinks and been much more leisurely about my experience if it wasn't unbearable to be in the same room as them.

  • Got the prix fixed menu here and a few cocktails ( had to send one back because it was bad). The presentations we're all stunning as you would expect from a restaurant of this standing. However, the food was average and mostly flavorless. There were only a few tastes in the whole course that stood out. One was the mole, another a tomato sauce (both on vegetarian dishes that a friend got), the catch of the day was also pretty good and so was the final dessert (gauva paste). Everything else was average at best. Overall a disappointing experience given the restaurants reputation.

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