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About Permanently Closed - Tezka - Zona Rosa Permanently Closed
This restaurant is permanently closed. Founded in 1994 by Michelin 3 Star Juan Mari Arzak & under the direction of Mexican Francisco Flores. Restaurante Tezka Zona Rosa invites you to be part of the gastronomic adventure that has made it a point of reference for high class cuisine in Latin America.
Fundado en 1994 por el 3 estrellas Michelin Juan Mari Arzak y bajo la dirección del mexicano Francisco Flores. El restaurante Tezka lo invita a ser parte de la aventura gastronómica que lo ha convertido en un punto de referencia de la alta cocina en Latinoamérica.
Entre sus reconocimientos se encuentra el premio al merito empresarial como el mejor restaurante de especialidades extranjeras, el Cocinero de Oro de san Sebastián, el star Diamond Award, el Four Diamond Award de AAA y en 2006 fue el primer restaurante mexicano reconocido por la revista británica Restaurant Magazine como uno de los 100 mejores del mundo.
Hotel Royal Zona Rosa
06600 Mexico City
Hours of Operation:
Mon–Fri 1:00 pm–5:00 pm
Sat, Sun 1:00 pm–6:00 pm
Mon–Fri 8:00 pm–11:00 pm
Liverpool & Chapultepec
MXN500 and over
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
01 55 9149 3000
Catering for private events in your home are available for both lunches and dinners.
Ofrecemos servicio de catering para eventos y comidas o cenas privadas a domicilio.
Valet parking is available at the entrance to the hotel, $50 pesos.
Francisco Flores Gómez
Private Party Facilities:
We offer private rooms that can accommodate 10 to 100 guests and an open-air terrace on the 17th floor with a panoramic view that can accommodate 2 to 60 guests.
Contamos con salones privados de 10 a 100 personas y terraza al aire libre en el piso 17 con vista panorámica para eventos privados de 2 a 60 personas.
Private Party Contact:
J. Luis Nava: 01 55 9149 3000
Banquet, Beer, Cafe, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Wine
Tezka - Zona Rosa Permanently Closed Ratings and Reviews
Teska still holds up - great service, wonderful food and very pretty ambience. The cream of artichoke soup with cheese balls was an outstanding starter and the Waygu beef shank in a pineapple sauce was excellent too. This was our second visit to this wonderful restaurant and when we are back in Mexico City , we hope to dine there again.
Our anniversary dinner was a horrible tasting Menu experience... They presentation of the food was student level, the seasoning was an issue, the quality of the food in was horrible they even dare to serve Picaña as they "evening" dish I was expecting basque food not Brasilian food. Sorry I won't recommend this place for especial occasion.
Truly a 5-star meal. We were only people in the restaurant at 2PM on a Thursday, needing to have a nice lunch before a long plane flight. Service was impeccably coordinated and the food was brilliant, very artful, delicious and clearly designed by a star chef. Will definitely come back on our next trip to Mexico City (we travel there 3-4 times a year).
Yo acostumbraba a ir al Tezca unas 4 o 5 veces al año a comer, y el sábado pasado que fue nos llamó mucho la atención que éramos los únicos en todo el restaurante, "Con eso les digo todo".
Me sorprendió sin embargo que la comida fue muy buena y el servicio bueno aunque un poco lento.
Es horrible ser los únicos comensales en un restaurante un sábado a medio día.
We were greeted warmly by the staff.
The dining room is beautiful and so very clean.
We ordered an entree and a main course which were
very delicious. The menu is very extensive and good for
meat lovers and vegetarians alike.
We look forward to our next visit to Mexico City and will certainly dine at Teskas
Wonderful menu, attentive service, remarkable food. I could not decide between two entrees, so they prepared a half order of each for me. Both the lamb and the suckling pig were among the best I have eaten in the US or Europe. The only drawback is the emptiness of the restaurant. Perhaps it is busier during "la comida". We were there for "la cena", 9:00pm, on a Friday evening and were one of only three tables. People are missing out on the great food at this restaurant!
This restaurant was at some point in time the best in Mexico City. While the food quality remains high up there (although a notch below where it used to be 10 years ago), the ambiance is lame, since the location is not so great. It is too good of a restaurant for being located in a mediocre hotel.
What has deteriorated significantly is the service. The waiters are nowhere where they used to be in terms of knowledge about what is offered at the place. You can see that the lower success has translated into worse service.
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