A very rustic and Mexican dining experience,Nico’s is well known amongst gourmands whoappreciate very good food with no frills And though the place is expensive andrather difficult to get to, reaching here is well worth it for that experiencealone. Each day the restaurant also has a selection of daily specials as wellas observing all of Mexico’s gourmet events such as the annual mole festival.Highly recommended are the pollo lechoso a la barbacoa (which is chicken made with milk and cream and cooked slowly) andthe atun sellado (seared Tuna), which though notthat Mexican, is one of the best in the city.