Maximo Bistrot

Roma Norte
Market-Driven Cuisine

Sophisticated expats and chic residents alike love this cozy neighborhood favorite and its market-driven menu and inspired riffs on rustic regional dishes. Creative seafood dishes, like barnacle ceviche and grilled octopus served with huitlacoche (a prized corn fungus), courtesy of chef Eduardo García—whose illustrious career includes stints at Pujol and New York’s Le Bernardin—populate the menu

Maximo Bistrot
Tonalá 133Mexico City, Mexico
52-55/5264-4291

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