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About Guria - Polanco
Guria is a traditional Spanish restaurant in the Polanco area of Mexico City. Inside the restaurant, guests are greeted by a dining area that's both elegant and comfortable. The overall vibe of Guria is lively, yet reserved, making it an excellent place for friendly get-togethers and business meetings alike.
Cuisine served at Guria is a fusion of Spanish and Basque that results in a large selection of rich and flavorful meals for guests. Some of the popular choices are the Lengua Eentomatada, Fabada Asturiana and the paella. Many fine Spanish wines are offered at the bar.
Col. Polanco, Del. Miguel Hidalgo
Hours of Operation:
Daily 1:00 pm–7:00 pm
Mon–Sat 7:00 pm–1:00 am
Plinio y Sofocles
MXN500 and over
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
ARANTXA DE SARACHO
Bar Dining, Beer, Chef's Table, Cigar Room, Fireplace, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Guria - Polanco Ratings and Reviews
For a couple of decades Guria was without a doubt the best traditional Basque restaurant in Mexico. Their recent move to Polanco seemed at first to bode well, but in my few last visits the overall consistency of the food suffered. The last visit was a total disappointment. A fanciful version of gazpacho was tasteless, Bacalao Viscaina was bathed in a sauce reminiscent of ketchup (unlike their rendering of old, which was at the level of the best in San Sebastian), another fish baked in an olive oil sauce came along a heavily buttered potato pureé (the clash of flavors was memorably unfortunate), an Arroz Marinera was so salty it could not be finished by the two who attempted, dessert was an assortment of undistinguished sweet concoctions (caramel, toffee, marmalade) with the most bizarre flavored ice-cream ever (none of us could make out what it was supposed to stand for). It is sad to witness the demise of such a culinary institution. Can it be fixed? Is someone paying attention?
Pedimos tres ordenes de Rodaballo, sugerencia del día, y tuvimos que regresar 1, de las otras dos una estaba bien y la otra apenas aceptable. Las patatas estaban crudas y la salsa fría. No estaban a la altura de un lugar como el Guria. Las entradas y los demás platos muy buenos, el servicio excelente. El rodaballo que regresamos lo cambiaron por otro plato, pero salimos un poco decepcionados.
Los platillos son excelentes y la ateción es buena. Algunos platillos como los ejotes o la paella marinera son únicos. La selección de vinos es muy buena y a diferencia de otros lugares, contiene buenos vinos de excelentes precios. Sin duda es una muy buena opción para comida española.
Great, authentic haute Spanish cuisine. Fabulous service. The maitre d' and servers went out of their way to intuitively provide us the best insight to the menu, recommendations and wonderful service without intruding. Great fish. Great lamb. Great appetizers, wine and dessert. ---Very Spanish.
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