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About J&G Grill - St. Regis Mexico City
J&G Grill is situated in the St. Regis Mexico City. It has a contemporary setting and offers travelers and locals a fine dining experience. J&G Grill serves creative fare that's prepared using high quality ingredients. An appetizer of salmon sashimi, crab ravioli or a beef carpaccio pizza will tease the taste buds. Guests can dine on an entr_e of filet mignon with spinach gruy�re cr�pes or a gourmet cheeseburger. This restaurant also has a chef's tasting menu and desserts.
J&G Grill has numerous awards and reviews in publications like Food & Travel. It offers valet parking and hosts private events.
Hours of Operation:
Daily 1:00 pm–4:00 pm
Mon–Fri, Sun 5:00 pm–12:00 am
MXN500 and over
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
01 55 5228 1935
Banquet, Bar Dining, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Cigar Room, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
J&G Grill - St. Regis Mexico City Ratings and Reviews
Excelente lugar, uno de mis favoritos. La Pizza de Aguacate es simplemente espectacular. Los platillos del Grill son excelentes, y casi siempre pido el Rib-Eye, que es cocinado a la perfeccion. El servicio es impecable, muy atento, desde las hostess hasta el capitan y los meseros. No se lo pierdan!
I am a huge fan of Jean Georges restaurants around the world, but I was very disappointed by my experience at J&G Grill Mexico City. The food was adequate, but unexceptional. The much-hyped avocado pizza is very nice. Stay away from the yellow tail crudo (although credit to the restaurant from taking it off our on bill when we didn't eat it). But most excruciating was the wine experience. It's not clear to me that our waiter had ever personally drunk a glass of wine. As an American tourist in Mexico, I need guidance with Mexican producers. When I asked for help, our waiter disappeared for 15 minutes, then reappeared with 4 bottles of wine (unopened), and told me he recommended these 4 bottles. When I asked him to describe the wines, he said "They are good." When I asked for more info, he said "These 2 are better than those 2." This has to be below the bar for a Jean Georges restaurant anywhere in the world. When I asked for a sommelier, the waiter disappeared for another 15 minutes, whereupon a manager appeared, who had some wine knowledge and guided us to a decent Mexican cabernet-syrah blend. But bottom-line, this restaurant felt more like a tourist trap than a great culinary experience.
Pasamos una noche muy agradable, desde el recibimiento muy amables la bebida y la comida una exquisitez los postres deliciosos y lo mas sorprendente el detalle de la mesa y el postre que nos dieron.
Gracias y pronto los visitare nuevamente.
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