Signature dishes: Foie gras and tepache; crab in furs; stone soup; deer pinion; tan truffles; corn and guava
Located in the upscale Polanco district, Biko is the ultimate in modern Mexican fine dining.
Slate gray floors, chairs upholstered in leather and suede, slatted windows casting thin bars of afternoon light—the atmosphere of Biko is one of cool sophistication.
The muted décor serves another purpose, to provide the perfect contrast to the complex and artistic dishes that are served in a riot of colors and flavors. A disciple of Jean Marie Arzak, head chef Mikel Alonso displays his technical prowess with innovative Basque-infused cuisine. A table in the wine cellar can be reserved for private dining.