Danubio - Mexicocity
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In the middle of 1936, two Basque men, Amundarain and Aranguena decided to create a Basque style restaurant in Mexico City. After they established the way of cooking at the kitchen and offering the efficient service with their hard work and dedication, we inherited this unique restaurant.
Currently the family that runs the restaurant is related to one of the founders.
Located on Uruguay Street. El Danubio is a part of gastronomic tradition in the historical downtown of Mexico City.
Founded in 1936, El Danubio keeps its original appearance which makes it a unique and incomparable place in Mexico.
The Basque founders succeeded with time in forming a menu with over 110 International dishes, maintaining the highest quality standards.
El Danubio offers Fish and Seafood specialties such as: Grilled Crawfish, Green or Red Seafood Soup, Authentic Baby Eels From Aguinaga, Thermidor Lobster, and much more.
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