La Condesa

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There’s a large Jewish population in CDMX, and you’d be missing out if you didn’t try one of the Jerusalem-style spots in the city. Merkavá has quietly become a Condesa institution, and it’s without a doubt our favorite Israeli restaurant in the city. Everything here is incredibly tasty, but the freshly baked kubaneh bread with tahini butter is really something: a simple yet incredible side served warm out of the oven as the butter melts all over it. Other standouts include roasted cauliflower with za’atar and mint yogurt, as well as masabacha hummus with green peppers.

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