El Greco

Tacos arabe do seem somewhat reminiscent ofthe kebabs available afterhours in any European city but be assured these arenot. For a start, they close at 10pm. Moreover, the meat is fresher, themarinade; spicier, all alongside many more Mexican standards like quesofundidos (cheese cooked in a small earthenware bowlover an open fire). This place is run by a Polish immigrant who came in thesixties and has turned his little place into one of the most popular eateriesin the Condesa. Don’t come expecting anything short of a heavy, fatty albeit ohso tasty affair.