From rod to fork, Chef Emiliano Rabia brings the authentic flavours from Mexico’s Pacific Coast to life here in the capital, using only the freshest seafood, artisanal produce and locally produced spices.
- Breakfast Buffet
- Monday to Saturday 6:30 am – 11:00 am Sunday 6:30 am – 10:30 am
- Breakfast Menu
- Every Day 6:30 am – 12:00 noon
- Lunch and Dinner
- Monday to Saturday 1:00 pm – 11:00 pm Sunday 6:00 pm – 11:00 pm
- Sunday Brunch
- Sunday 12:00 noon – 2:00 pm 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
- Zarandeado Fish: Sea Bass or Daily Catch
Served Guajillo-style or plain, with charred red onion, aguachile salsa, tortillas
To create authentic moments where the food is the main star, that is what it is all about in this kitchen.Emiliano Rabia Chef, Zanaya
Meet the Team
Emiliano RabiaChef, Zanaya
Emiliano’s love for food began as a child, when his aunt would teach him about traditional Mexican dishes from inside the kitchen of her Argentinian restaurant. Although he used to dream of being an engineer, Emiliano soon realized that his passion for robotics paled in comparison to his passion for cooking and went on to study Gastronomy at the Universidad del Claustro de San Juana in Mexico City. Now, he strives to create new dining experiences for guests and customers at Zanaya.
- Every Sunday from 12:00 noon to 5:00 pm
Champagne Sunday Brunch
Grab a seat at ZANAYA for a Sunday morning – or afternoon – feast, where you can sip unlimited glasses of Moët & Chandon and people-watch in our courtyard.
More Dining Options
Eclectic, innovative and unpretentious, our cool and comfortable gastrobar is hailed as one of the best in the city. Sip one-of-a-kind cocktails while mingling alongside international travellers and stylish locals alike.
Need a quick bite to eat before heading out for the day? Stop by our bakery for classic Mexican and French pastries, best enjoyed with a cup of fresh-brewed coffee out on our courtyard.
Il Becco Restaurant
Join us for an Italian feast at our lively and sophisticated, all-day eatery, where enticing aromas float out of the open kitchen and the list of fine Italian wines is the longest in the country.