MOG is a secret of the oriental gastronomy in the center of Mexico City: Colonia Roma.
Here you will find diners that pat their dogs while drinking a cold glass of sake or beer.
While taking a walk on Álvaro Obregón street, of you find yourself thirsty on a hot day, we suggest you order the ginger water with tamarind or mint.
The decor is kitsch and consists of ancient objects of Mexican popular culture.
The menu offers variety on dishes of Thailand, Japan and Vietnam.
In MOG they also have a wide range of Mexican, Japanese beers and sakes. Entrees range from the most popular: sushi rolls, teriyaki chicken and yakimeshi, even the most adventurous: green curry, pad thai, udon noodles and Thai fried rice with pineapple.
The desserts are not far behind, serve green tea cake that is among the best in town.
Álvaro Obregón 40, Col. Roma, Cuauhtemoc, 06700View Larger Map
- Moderately Priced
Best For Whom
- All Ages
Best For What
- Off The Beaten Path