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Dulce Patria Opens in Mexico City

Submitted by on September 29, 2010 – 12:35 pmNo Comment

A new restaurant has opened in Las Alcobas, a small luxury hotel in Mexico City, Mexico. Dulce Patria, headed by chef and restaurateur, Martha Ortiz, is a 90-seat, two-story restaurant featuring traditional Mexican dishes reinterpreted in a modern context. (The restaurant’s name means “sweet motherland” in Spanish.)

Dishes include fresh Quesadillas con Salsa Sultana, corn quesadillas with zucchini blossoms, Oaxaca cheese and roasted pine nuts; Vampire Cebiche, served with coconut and red prickly pear; Veracruz-Style Marimba Red Snapper; and a Mamey Custard, garnished with gold leaf and floral preserves for dessert.

Specialty cocktails include the Dulce Patria Margarita, mixed with pink prickly pear and golden sugar, and the Sweet Cilantro Elixir, among other libations. A range of fine Mexican wines, tequilas and mezcals have been individually selected to complement the bold flavors in Dulce Patria’s signature dishes.

Located at Anatole France 100 in Mexico City’s Polanco neighborhood, Dulce Patria is open Monday through Sunday for lunch; and Monday through Saturday for dinner.

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