What are we
Our goal is to serve fresh food, cooked to perfection. We aim to provide an experience that cannot be duplicated anywhere else in the World, let alone Metro Detroit.
A Barzón is the part of a horse-drawn plow that joins the horse with the plow. The name comes from a Mexican revolutionary song that speaks about injustice in the fields. Their motto is: “Debo, no niego, pago lo justo” (“I owe, I don’t deny it, I’ll pay what is fair”).
Cocina Poblana is the cuisine of Puebla in southern Mexico. It is esteemed throughout Mexico but still relatively uncommon in the United States. Mole Poblano – a sauce made with cacao, cinnamon, and dried chilis – is perhaps the most well-known item.
Probably my favorite place right now. Our family has been here multiple times and we've always been more than satisfied. My husband usually sticks with the Italian entrees; I stick with the Mexican. My favorite is the goat barbacoa which isn't always available. This is my execution meal! Braised, beautifully seasoned goat served with tortillas, jalapeño, lime wedges, onion, rice and black beans...
We had our "holiday" party at El Barzon last night. We've been doing this for 30 years now, so we've got lots of other restaurants to compare. Food was amazing. Waitstaff was really amazing. We're seriously considering going back to El Barzon again next year.
They pull off both the Italian and Mexican themes here. Food is good and the staff is welcoming. The vodka sauce is phenomenal. Definitely high-end compared to its competition in Southwest Detroit, but worth trying if you haven't had it.
This is such a hidden gem. My husband and I come here to celebrate things such as birthdays and anniversaries. The food is exceptional and so is the atmosphere. Prices are average for type of restaurant.
WOW fantastic food,Fantastic service, and great atmosphere. People typical dress up a tad for this restaurant but still very laid back. Their flan was fantastic. Wish they had some tres leches.