8 restaurants in CDMX led by talented women

These restaurants are one more example of the strength and vitality of Mexican women, essential stops for those seeking to enjoy a contemporary approach to national cuisine.

It is not difficult to find female talent, and when it comes to the gastronomic scene in Mexico City, wonderful culinary projects led by remarkable women abound. These restaurants are one more example of the strength and vitality of Mexican women, essential stops for those seeking to enjoy an authentic and sublime look at contemporary gastronomy, as well as support female entrepreneurship in Mexico.

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Rosetta – Elena Reygadas

rosetta It is one of the most special gastronomic venues in the CDMXled by the Chef Elena Reygadas and sharing an exquisite proposal of respect for the Mexican ingredient. The chef is one of the most recognized in Mexico, with a remarkable career that earned her the title of ‘Latin America’s Best Female Chef’ in 2014, as well as the constant enlistment of her restaurant rosetta within the ‘Latin America’s 50 Best Restaurants’. We recommend you also visit his other projects, such as Lard, coffee nin and Rosetta Bakery.

ADDRESS: COLIMA 166, ROME.
PHONE: 55 5533 7804
WEBSITE: ROSETTA.COM.MX
Photo: Roseta
Photo: Roseta
Photo: Roseta

Watermark – Martha Ortiz

Leader Martha Ortiz is a gastronomic eminence in Mexico, transmitting its sensitivity towards life and affection for national traditions in each of its restaurants. Filigree It is a must stop for those looking to taste its cuisine, as it offers a beautiful space for Mexican food and contemporary character. It’s perfect for any occasion, whether it’s a special breakfast, comfort food, or remarkable dinner.

ADDRESS: AV. VERACRUZ 62, NORTH ROME.
PHONE: 55 4398 3137
WEBSITE: FILIGRANA.COM.MX
Photo: Watermark
Photo: Watermark
Photo: Watermark

Rattlesnake – Lula Martin de Campo

In the restaurant Jingle Bell you will find a space that honors corn and the culinary tradition of Mexico, with a space of ancestral inspiration and a kitchen in charge of the chef Lula Martin del Campo. This is one of the great professionals of Mexican cuisine, who in Jingle Bell shares a menu of support for small national producers and gastronomic representation of the flavor of the cascabel chili; Among its dishes are kampachi with lemon kale, octopus with chorizo ​​and potatoes, and beet salad with grasshoppers.

ADDRESS: PARK PLAZA– AV. JAVIER BARROS SIERRA 540, SANTA FE.
PHONE: 55 5292 6216
WEBSITE: RESTAURANTECASCABEL.COM
Photo: Cascabel Restaurant
Photo: Cascabel Restaurant
Photo: Cascabel Restaurant

El Bajío – Carmen ‘Titita’ Ramírez Degollado

Carmen ‘Titita’ Ramirez Degollado It is an example of authentic dedication and discipline towards the gastronomic tradition of Mexico. The chef is in charge of the kitchen of The Bajio – which was initially founded by Raúl Ramírez Degollado and Alfonso Hurtado Morellón -, guaranteeing dishes of high quality standards and representative Mexican flavor. The restaurant is characterized by having dedicated women in charge of its kitchen, who prepare national delicacies such as pig’s trotters with vinaigrette, Veracruz-style octopus and Pancakes of huazontle in tomato.

ADDRESS: CHECK ITS DIFFERENT LOCATIONS HERE.
PHONE: 55 5519 7073
WEBSITE: RESTAURANTEELBAJIO.COM.MX
Photo: El Bajío/ Courtesy
Photo: El Bajío Restaurants
Photo: El Bajio

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Carmela and Salt – Gabriela Ruiz Lugo

Carmela and Salt is one of the essential restaurants for those who enjoy creative Mexican cuisine, as it offers an incredible contemporary proposal inspired by the countryside and the comal. It is a project of the chef Gabriela Ruiz LugoOriginally from Tabasco and author of historic and memorable dishes. Her menu is defined as an ‘edible concert’, in which you will find her ‘land of the moon’ – packets plantains stuffed with beans, tomato sauce, ranch cream and pork rinds -, their ‘citric lamb’ – confit lamb served with orange peel -, and their ‘tropical mostachón’ – walnut meringue, creamy cheese, pineapple , carambola and passion fruit -.

ADDRESS: PEDREGAL 24, LOMAS – VIRREYES.
PHONE: 7600 1280
WEBSITE: CARMELAYSAL.MX
Photo: Carmela and Sal
Photo: Carmela and Sal
Photo: Carmela and Sal

Delirium – Monica Patiño

In addition to having an outstanding professional career, the Chef Monica Patino It is characterized by offering a cuisine full of freshness and personality. On Delirium finds one of its most special expressions, a cold cuts of Mediterranean flavors and artisanal bakery that promotes a healthy lifestyle, working with local producers and supplies of sustainable origin. The restaurant also has a shop gourmetperfect for acquiring food of guaranteed quality.

ADDRESS: CHECK ITS DIFFERENT LOCATIONS HERE.
PHONE: 55 5584 0870
WEBSITE: DELIRIO.MX
Photo: Delirio Mónica Patiño
Photo: Delirium
Photo: @delirio_mx

Aida – Ana Martorell

What makes the kitchen so special chef Ana Martorell is that he shares a passion for Mexican tradition and culinary creativity. Its Aida restaurant offers an exquisite reinvention of national dishes, as well as a beautiful romantic space with natural vegetation. If you visit it, you will be delighted with a menu of refreshing breakfasts and meals, in which its quelites tlayuda, soft crab tacos, cauliflower risotto with four cheeses, and citrus sea bass stand out.

Address: Vasco de Quiroga 3800, Lomas de Santa Fe.
Telephone: 55 2167 8614
Website: aidacafe.mx
Photo: Aida
Photo: Aida
Photo: Aida

La Vitrine – Sofia Cortina

Lthe showcase is a wonderful proposal Franco-Mexican pastryincorporating traditional European techniques with representative ingredients from Mexico. The project is carried out by the chef sofia curtainwho in 2020 was recognized as the Best Pastry Chef in Latin America for the ‘The 50 best restaurants in Latin Americaand now it transmits an indisputable qualitative seal through delicious sweet creations.

Photo: @lavitrinecdmx
Photo: @lavitrinecdmx
Photo: @lavitrinecdmx
ADDRESS: ÁLVARO OBREGÓN 130, ROME NORTH.
WHATSAPP: 56 2082 0185
WEBSITE: LAVITRINE.MX