Rojo Bistrot opened their doors in 1999 in La Condesa. They were inspired by the bistrots of the boulevards of New York and France. They have a bohemian style with a pretty chill environment. You can expect great lighting, great food and great service. This is the meeting point of people from different ages, lifestyles, professions with one common trait; the love of good food.
They have a variety of dishes but their specialty is their typical homemade frenchfood. I recommend ordering an Onion Soup as an entree, the Duck Magrets for a main dish and to top it off, a Tarte Tatinfor dessert.
Rojo Bistrot is the french corner of Mexico City.
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