South America Living

Sud 777

Mexico City, Mexico

Extraordinary nature-led cooking
in southern Mexico City


This former tennis court in the wealthy neighbourhood of Pedregal in Mexico City has evolved into a fashionable and sophisticated restaurant noted for its exuberant personality. Sud 777 is a contemporary dining space, featuring a quirky interior, beautiful terraces and live music – all making for a unique eating-out experience.

“It’s probably a bit pretentious but with good intentions,” says 32-year-old executive chef Edgar Nunez. “What matters most for us, is the ingredients and not the work of the kitchen.”

Nunez’s honest cooking is reflected in the simplicity of his menu, which features ingredients that his kitchen team have managed to get their hands on that morning. This often throws up some culinary surprises, with cooking techniques ranging from French to Asian and South American.

The drinks offering is a fine match for the cuisine, with a strong line-up of regional wines as well as some choices that are more left-field.

On the pass:

Edgar Nuñez

Style of food:


Standout dish:

Tuna cooked in lemon and spices with a bed of avocado and crunchy tortillas


Blvd de la Luz 777, Mexico City

+52 55 5568 4777


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