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About Restaurante Diana - The St. Regis Mexico City
Elevate the art of dining at Restaurante Diana - The St. Regis Mexico City. This upscale eatery, situated inside the scenic St. Regis hotel, overlooks two of Mexico City's most iconic destinations, the Paseo de La Reforma and the Fountain of Diana. Restaurante Diana - The St. Regis Mexico City visitors can enjoy panoramic views while dining on gourmet dishes like fois gras medallions, beef tenderloin, roasted sea bass and other delicacies.
Restaurante Diana - The St. Regis Mexico City beautifully complements C_sar Pelli's stunning St. Regis architecture, with sumptuous leather chairs, hand-carved flowers, intricate murals and high ceilings.
Hours of Operation:
Daily 12:00 pm–6:00 pm
Daily 6:30 am–11:30 am
Sun 11:00 am–4:30 pm
Daily 7:00 pm–11:00 pm
Río Mississippi & Paseo de la Reforma
MXN500 and over
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
01 55 5228 1888
Contamos con servicio de estacionamiento y Valet Parking en el Motor Lobby del Hotel.
Private Party Contact:
Luis Simeon: 01 55 5228 1818 ext. 1937
Bar/Lounge, Beer, Counter Seating, Gluten-free Menu, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Cada miércoles y jueves de 20:00 a 01:00 DJ en Terraza King Cole Bar Piano Bar: Lunes, miércoles y Viernes de 20:00 a 23:00 Noches de Jazz: Martes, jueves y sábado de 20:00 a 23:00
Restaurante Diana - The St. Regis Mexico City Ratings and Reviews
Sunday brunch was great. Veuve Cliquot champagne was constantly served. Food was good, especially the seafood. A little disappointing that there is no egg/omelette station. They have seafood, sushi, cheese/meats section and a grill section. Service was great.
Decent overpriced food on a terrace overlooking Reforma. The nice views are ruined by the noise from the street (avoid going when there is a special event on Reforma). The food is good and slightly elaborate, but everything is ruined by slow, ignorant and unapologetic service. (A Jack Daniels Old Fashioned is not a Jack Daniels served in an old fashioned glass, a Black and Blue steak is served rare because the grills don't generate heat, and a do over takes so much time everybody else is done with their main courses by the time it arrives). Bar is nice, though...
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