The 7 Best Takeout and Delivery Spots in

Warning: the following article may make you extremely hungry. 

Mexico City is hailed as an international foodie hub. Just because indoor dining is restricted, doesn’t mean you can’t experience all the culinary specialities this city has to offer. Whether you’re new in town or tired of endlessly scrolling on UberEats, this exclusive guide is for you. The following restaurants are not accessible through delivery apps, so you can add some diversity to your delivery repertoire while supporting local businesses. 

Keep reading to hear the Casai team’s top 7 delivery spots in Mexico City.

1/7: Cafe Ocampo

 
 
 
 
 
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With restricted indoor dining, Cafe Ocampo has reimagined dining outdoors. Order one of their picnic lunches for 2 or 4 people, and take their fine foods anywhere. Baskets include aperol spritz, appetizers, salads, paninis, tapas, desserts, and a picnic blanket. We recommend enjoying your picnic from a private Casai balcony.

Place your order via Instagram direct message (@cafe.ocampo) or WhatsApp (+52 55 6493 9350). 

2/7: GIN CHAN

 
 
 
 
 
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If you are looking for cooking, GIN CHAN is a must. Chef Silverio Cervantes and his partner Koichi San have created, “a warm place where people could savor the authentic food of Tokyo, without leaving the CDMX.” Though indoor dining is limited, Gin Chan is still delivering the Tokyo experience directly to your home. We recommend ordering “omakase”, a phrase that means “I’ll leave it up to you”, derived from the Japanese word “to entrust”. The chef will curate a meal to your tastes, demonstrating his impressive skills. 

Call (+52 55 8878 2854) or send a message to @ginchanmx to place an order. 

3/7: Pollo Bruto & Bruto Cafe

 
 
 
 
 
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Opening a fine-dining establishment amidst a global pandemic didn’t feel right to chef Emiliano Padilla. Instead, he redirected his energy into a small restaurant specializing in roast chicken. Yes, Pollo Bruto is available on Rappi with it’s normal menu of soups, salads, and, of course, portions of roast chicken; but have you heard of their new cafe? At the beginning of this year, they expanded their breakfast concept to include Bruto Cafe.

You have to visit their store to order a coffee and pastry of the day to-go. 

4/7: GDay Food

 
 
 
 
 
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Craving healthy home cooking? GDay has an exciting rotating menu featuring an array of colorful, savory dishes. Best of all, they launched gourmet dinners for two and packages for four, so you can bring date night home. Check out their instagram to see their latest menu.

Simply send an Instagram direct message (@gday_food) or make your request on WhatsApp (+52 55 2329 4693). 

5/7: Bao San

 
 
 
 
 
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There is no greater comfort food than bao. This chinese dish is composed of various flavorful fillings surrounded by soft, pillowy steamed bread. While Bao San’s steamed buns are a menu highlight, don’t skip over the other dishes including dumplings, spring rolls, vegetables, and desserts. While part of Bao San’s charm is their intimate indoor dining experience, you can recreate this ambiance from the comfort of your home when you make an order for delivery.

Send a direct message on Instagram to @baosanmx to place an order. 

6/7: Superette

 
 
 
 
 
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Superette’s concept is simple: crepes and cider. The dishes incorporate flavors and influences from Spanish and French cuisine. Amidst the pandemic and city-wide restrictions, Superette has also launched a grocery store to keep business going. They sell a variety of fine foods including apple marmalade, homemade salted caramel sauce, teas and ice creams. When you order lunch, treat yourself to some special snacks!

Place orders through their email (superettedf@gmail.com) or via WhatsApp (+52 55 2120 9360).

7/7: Quintonil

 
 
 
 
 
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We’re ending this list with a city-wide favorite that is available for take out, not delivery. Quintonil is frequently and consistently regarded as one of the best dining experiences in all of Latin America, in addition to their highly coveted spot on The 50 Best World’s Restaurants list. Their menu changes with the seasons, so we recommend asking for suggestions from the staff. Bring the city’s finest to your at-home dining experience!

Call +52 55 5280 2680 to place an order.

Delivery remains the safest way to “eat out”, yet after months of ordering take out even your favorite Rappi and UberEats picks can get old! This guide will help you start exploring the many restaurants and that have chosen to distribute their fine foods and dining experiences in alternative, less mainstream ways. It’s more important now than ever to support local eateries. Elevate your at-home dining

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