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Las Jirafas

Recomendado por 5 habitantes locales ·

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Roberto
Roberto
June 19, 2019
The quesadilla, that delicious dish that chilangos (people from CDMX) knew how to improve by adding other ingredients besides the one that baptizes it (cheese). But how to make it even more incredible? In the nineties, Las Jirafas came up with the answer: giant quesadillas. With 45 centimeters you…
Santiago Hugo
Santiago Hugo
June 28, 2017
Comida Mexican, especialidad quesadillas
Claudia
Claudia
April 27, 2019
Restaurante mexicano con variedad de cervezas, con bonita decoración, quesadillas gigantes.
David
David
July 24, 2018
Con una quesadilla tienes. Hay más de 40 combinaciones disponibles en la carta para rellenar tu quesadilla de 70 centímetros. En el centro del lugar, una barra muy basta invita a ponerle a tu quesadilla toda serie de guarniciones, desde nopalitos hasta cebollas caramelizadas y salsita. Una Jirafa…
Sebastián
Sebastián
September 26, 2016
Las cervezas de sabores y sus quesadillas gigantes son lo mejor

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“Accomplished chef Antonietta di Pasquale whisks our taste buds away to Sicily, whilst our physical bodies remain, caught between Cuauhtémoc and another one of the oldest hearts of Mexico City- Santa Maria La Ribera (it’s still a relatively well-kept secret, and so worth a visit). Fluffy pizzas, freshly made pasta, Sicilian snacks (crispy fried calamari drizzled with olive oil and lemon and for the sweet tooth, homemade cannolis) and the cutest little outdoor space to savour it all. Personally, my favourite time to head to this little haven is on a lazy weekday (nudge nudge digital nomads and freelancers), or Saturday afternoon, when the sun is bright and only wine and fresh tomato sauce all over your face will do”
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Ubicación
93 Manuel Carpio
México D.F., D.F. 06400
Teléfono01 55 5547 6907
Estado del horario de servicioCerrado · Abre a las 9:00 AM