Good food is easy to come to Tepoztlan, Mexico, which is a couple of hours south of Mexico City on the road to Acapulco. There are many generous restaurants that offer guests a week with this. Local financing services on the grilled rolls of pork, chicken, cheese or vegetables. Hot peppers are available if you like. Roast meats and traditional Nahua dishes are plentiful, but the bones of pizza and burger are lacking. The & # 39; s papers are big, filling, and delicious. The central streets of the town and the beautiful, picturesque market located behind the main plaza (also called Zocalo), have the perfect location for any budget. Here are some experiments to start with:
Restore Vegetariano Xochipilli located on Ave. Revolucion No. 10
A beautifully decorated area with no animal trials. It's on the "tourist" side but the service is good and its list is perfect for being the right place for your trip. Prices for home drinks range from 20 pesos to 50 pesos at reasonable prices.
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The Tepoztlan brand is its exterior purple that is hard to miss. It is decorated in Mexican colonial and has a list of Mexican cuisine. Blue corn berries are unique here and they make their enchiladas fantastic for both the eye and the palate. Prices are valid for most attendees, from 30 to 50 pesos for most. If you are a chocolate lover try "Pollo en salsa mole" or chicken broth. Chocolate is a big part of the mole sauce. This dish is popular in central and southern Mexico all the way to the Yucatan.
At the Market
Tepoztlan special food & # 39; can be tested at the Central Market site located behind Zocalo (main plaza). In addition to local vegetables, meat and poultry, family-owned markets offer your dishes & # 39; The whole meal looked good but in a couple of selections, here are two ideas that we # 1; we introduce:
Antojitos Mexicoanos Irma – Edith in Tepoztlan Central Market:
I don't know where to start with the many "Quesadillas" served here. These are the hot-fat hot sandwiches that you like to mix, mixed or mixed, inside. They do & # 39; ll from 5 to 12 pesos each (: 50 cents to $ 1.20 cents) and it's amazing. The fillings include cheese, flor de calabaza (it & # 39; sa bright red flowers in which the flowers cook and eat!), Potatoes and sausages, mushrooms, nopales (this is the largest species of Prickly Pear cactus in southwestern US), chakarron (fried pork skin) and tinga – a mixture of chopped chicken, pepper and spices. Corrines look so dark they are made of blue corn – a specialty of Mexico.
The tacos (forget Taco Bell forever) are served with fried meat, sour cream and spices and are called "Tacos de Cecina". If you don't want yours & # 39; i want yours, i & # 39; em! How about washing it all with Ameyal hot salt soap? There & # 39; s kiwi, tamarind, Jamaica (a drink made from dried Hibiscus flowers known in the West Indies), mandarin (tangerine) and peach – called durazno in Spain and regarded as a unique fruit in Mexico.
Doña Lucia & # 39; Central Tepoztlan Central Market:
Here you will be more inspired by tastes, smells, sounds and words that will stop your imagination. Start with the Cecino de Yecappistla – ng & # 39; blue beef, ng & # 39; lean-fried beef, cheese and local spices. The fragrance alone will consume you away. How about three "Itacates" twists, baked like a kind of sandwich with melted cheese? Don't run away without trying at least one quesadilla for "Flor de Chompancle", also called "Flor de Colines" by some people. Once you go, you can put on some "Chapulines" (they & # 39; decorate grasshoppers), they & # 39; offered free of charge. Don't reach us now! Try something else. I'm absolutely sure: You'll never forget your experience.
A secretive place for all, Tepoztlan is home to many scholars, poets, writers and mystics. There are regular UFO sightings (called OVNIS in Spanish) in the area. Several famous churches adorn the town. The most famous of these is the Dominican Ex-convent of Nativity which also has a museum. Long streets are closed and tend to climb high, especially to the west of the main plaza. M & # 39; s on the northern edge of the town, there are some interesting things. But don't just take our word for it. Come and see for yourself.