Mexico City actually has some excellent sushi, and Kyo is the place you want to try it. This is a small, quiet, minimalist Japanese sushi bar with only 13 seats, so definitely make a reservation. There are three different menus based on the amount of food you want to eat and the amount of money you want to spend.
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Havre 77 in Juarez has a menu of French classics and is a good spot to hang out when you need a break from Mexican food.
You'll find one of the best breakfasts in the city in Niddo, a small, indoor/outdoor cafe in the Zona Rosa with a Jewish-leaning menu.
Taquería El Califa
El Califa in Juarez is a well-oiled taco machine and open until 4am every day - get the al pastor.
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A tiny taco spot in Polanco that specializes in food from Yucatan - get the cochinita pibil tacos and panucho.
Head to El Cardenal in Centro Historico for the best breakfast in the city. Be sure to pair your nata with a concha.
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