Av. Cuitlahuac 2709
Mexico City, Mexico
El Bajío is an award-winning restaurant which specializes on food from Veracruz, Michoacán, Hidalgo, Oaxaca, Yucatán, and Puebla. One of their specialties is the 30-ingredient mole de Xico, their platains stuffed with bean sauce, carnitas, etc. El Bajio is well known as a traditional restaurant, focusing on food they way "granmas" used to make it. Fittingly, the restaurant has been run by the same family since its opening in 1972. The decor is also awe inspairing and collects some of the best handcrafts from various regions of Mexico. This restaurant, although award winning, is best known by locals than the tourists, therefore prices have remained low. This is a colourful, delightful place for families or large groups and its service is friendly and accomodating.