Serving the finest in Continental Mexico City Cuisine since 1977
Straying away from the Tex-Mex concept, including tacos and enchiladas, Javier’s focuses on a more realistic image of what Mexico City dining is all about. The low-lit dining room at Javier’s is replete with mounted game, large paintings, and hanging plants. If you come to Javier’s searching for the traditional Texas Mexican restaurant, you will be disappointed, but if you come looking for a taste of the heart of Mexico you’ve found the right place!
The menu, which includes beef tenderloin, red snapper, chicken, and shrimp, presents a fine mixture of the long Mexican Heritage which dates back to the Aztecs and a strong European influence from the days of Cortez to Maximilian.