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May 06, 2016

L'ENCANTO DE LOLA / MEXICO CITY

Ciudad de México, D.F., México

NOTA/NOTE: Este no es un post patrocinado, es simplemente por el placer de compartir mi afición por mi más grande pasión: ¡la comida!/ This is not a sponsored post, is simply for the pleasure of sharing my love for my biggest passion: food!

No lo voy a negar, a pesar del caos y el tráfico que supone vivir en la Ciudad de México, hay días en los que me despierto pensando en esta ciudad: posibilidades infinitas de diversión, actividades culturales y por supuesto... ¡comida! La capital de México es ideal para aquellos exploradores constantes a los que les gusta descubrir detalles y lugares inesperados./ I won't deny it, despite the chaos and the traffic of living in Mexico City, there are days when I wake up thinking in this city: endless possibilities for fun, cultural activities and of course... food! Mexico City is just the ideal place for those who like to explore and discover unexpected places.

En Fungi Express amamos las cosas auténticas y originales donde cada detalle cuenta una historia, y si esas anécdotas incluyen comida, mejor aún. En esta ocasión les presento un nuevo post visual con uno de los restaurantes más acogedores de la Ciudad de México: L'encanto de Lola./ In Fungi Express we love the authentic and original sthings where every detail tells a story, and if those stories include food, even better! This time I want to show you a new visual post  with one of the coziest restaurants in Mexico City: L'encanto de Lola.

En L'encanto de Lola puedes encontrar la '(A)típica' torta mexicana con un ligero twist (para los que no conozcan este platillo mexicano, se trata de un pan llamado bolillo que se parte por la mitad y se rellena de diferentes cosas, ¡yumm!). ¿Qué tal una torta B.L.T. con pollo crujiente, mayonesa casera y tocino? O si eres valiente o mexicano y te encanta el picante puedes intentar con una torta de chile relleno. Las opciones son infinitas y siempre hay una complemento igual de delicioso para acompañar: papas (patatas) caseras, mac & cheese, aritos de cebolla y una buena cerveza artesanal./ If you go to L'Encanto de Lola you can find the '(A)typical' Mexican tortas with a little twist (for those who are not familiar with this Mexican dish, it is a bread called bolillo that splits in half and is filled with different things, yumm!). Would you like to eat a B.L.T. torta with crispy chicken, homemade mayonnaise and bacon? Or if you're brave or Mexican go for a chile relleno torta. The options are endless and there is always a lovely and delicious complement: homemade potatoes, mac & cheese, onion rings and artesanal beers.

Y para los que son de diente dulce y no se pueden levantar de la mesa sin postre tenemos aquello que me enamoró de este lugar desde la primavera visita: ¡las malteadas de gansito (un pastelito de chocolate y mermelada de fresa) y los cobblers de frambuesa!/ And for those with a sweet tooth there is always a tasty option, actually it was the reason why I fell in love with this place: milkshakes and raspberry cobblers!
Una decoración fresca y acogedora, con un espacio luminoso y una terraza donde hay un cine al aire libre en uno de los barrios más encantadores de la Ciudad de México: San Ángel. Personajes de Disney en las repisas, focos de flamingos en la vitrina y un simpático teléfono de Fisher Price. Eso sí, lleguen con tiempo porque el lugar se llena y tal vez tengan que esperar un poco./ A fresh and lovely decoration is waiting for you, with a terrace with a little cinema in one of the most charming neighborhoods of Mexico City: San Ángel. Disney characters on the shelves, pink flamingos in the bar and a friendly Fisher Price phone. Well, the only thing to take in count: come with enough time, because the place is always full so you may have to wait a bit.

No duden visitar L'Encanto de Lola si tienen planeado un viaje a la Ciudad de México. ¿Mi recomendación? ¡La torta de Cochinita Pibil con frijol y piña!/ If you're planning a trip to Mexico City put L'encanto de Lola in your itinerary. My recommendation? The Cochinita Pibil torta!

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Calle Amargura 14, San Ángel, Álvaro Obregón, 01000 Ciudad de Mexico, México.
photos via @encantodelola & @fungiexpress / All edits by Fungi Express

13 comments

  1. Thank you for sharing this dining recommendation. I'm a foodie too, I think that most of us Croatians are, we just love food!

    I would love to visit Mexico city some day. I heard that it is a wonderful city. Big cities offer lots of possibilities, so living in a big city is always exciting even if it can be stressful due to traffic and etc.

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    1. Would like to try something from Croatia and yes: long live to foodies! :)

      Hope you can go to Mexico one day, don't listen the clichés, is definitely an incredible country!

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  2. Pablo, I'll definitely keep this place in mind. I LOVE visiting Mexico and look forward to exploring all that I haven't seen yet. This place sounds amazing and a milkshake right now sounds so gooood!
    Have a happy day! Talk to you soon!

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  3. if I even happen to be n Mexico City I'll definitely grab a bite there. thanks!

    Lyosha
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  4. That looks like such a fun restaurant. I'd love to try a chile relleno torta. That sounds delicious. And I love the decor and how you displayed everything in your visuals. Beautiful post!
    ~Lili
    www.thefashionsalt.com

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    1. The chile relleno torta is amazing, if you're brave enough to handle it :)

      Thanks for this lovely comment!

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  5. Pablo, no he estado en el encanto!!! Pero definitivamente me lo apunto en mi lista de cosas que ver cuando vuelva a la Ciudad de México!!! Las imagenes son preciosas y todo se ve delicioso, se me antojó la malteada de gansito!!!

    Bonito domingo, xx
    Chris

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    1. La malteada de gansito es la muerte, una bomba calórica definitivamente pero no importa, son calorías vacías que valen mucho la pena :D

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  6. Great post!!! Happy Sunday! Greetings! :)

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  7. Que lindo el lugar, me encanto *.* aparte de que la comida es riquísima si el lugar es lindo dan muchas mas ganas de volver, las fotos hermosas como siempre, un abrazo :)

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  8. I need to relocate to Mexico, the food there is just amazing, in my country one has to go to fancy hotels to eat mexican food and pay lots of money and considering that I love food more than life,lol! This is such an amazing post dear, it made me salivate!!
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    1. You have to visit my country one day! Is a shame that in your country Mexican food is only displayed at fancy hotels, at the end we have a lot of street food and is not that expensive and some places sell it!

      Kisses, my dear :)

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