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Posted by Sharon on 06/28/2009
We came here the first week that the restaurant opened. While the server was super friendly and the decor was nice, the food was only so-so. The ceviche and cactus salad were bland; the tacos were better, but overpriced. Plus the portions were a little on the skimpy side; my boyfriend and I left still hungry. (We wished that we had walked an extra 10 minutes to go to La Superior.) That all said, maybe the restaurant was just having an off night and has worked out its kinks.
Posted by anonymous on 06/22/2009
Yesterday I tried the brunch at Mesa Coyoacan. It was great food ; had the chilaquiles con huevo which comes with black beans and gaucamole. Presentation of the food was lovely and the meal came with fresh oj and coffee - all for $12. My only complaint about the place is that brunch does not start until noon. I think this is a big miss on their part as the graham area is picking up now and there are many brunch spots offering brunch that start by 10 or 11am. Some people would like to be able to eat good food before noon, and i'm not going to wait until noon on a regular basis for this place. Also the waitress/host would not even take our order at 11:50, she made us wait until noon. really?! she could of at least humored us, and because of that i saw another group of people leave to eat somewhere else.
Posted by Porktronica on 06/21/2009
I am so happy to have Mesa Coyoacan so close - it is the best food on Graham and will now compete with my other two favorites: Dumont and Le Barricou. I am from south Texas and while I have long ago stopped comparing New York Mexican to my beloved Tex-Mex, this is by far the best Mexican I've had in New York. Mesa Coyoacan is Mexican of the D.F. variety - not Cal or Tex-Mex (read: no oozing cheese). The carnitas are the best I've ever had and I've had a lot of carnitas (sorry Taco Chulo). The enchiladas verdes are the best I've ever had, and I've had a lot of enchiladas verdes. The churros almost made me cry they were so good (though I suppose you can't really go wrong with churros). They deliver (dangerous) but currently they only take cash. They have beer and wine but no liquor. They are perfectly priced - a three-course meal with two appetizers, two desserts, two entrees and two rounds of drinks for two people cost us $80. We will be back. Soon.