Mexican cuisine is famous worldwide for its bold flavors, rich textures, and vibrant colors. One of the main reasons behind this is the use of ingredients that have been an essential part of Mexican cuisine for centuries, such as beans, pumpkins, and tomatoes. Let's take a journey through the treasures of Mexican cuisine and explore the many ways in which these ingredients are used.
Tijuana, the capital of good food, offers a gastronomic fusion like no other. Explore Baja Med cuisine, sip aged wines, savor food truck delights, and dive into a taco tour. Culinary adventures await in this border city!
Guanajuato cuisine. Enjoy traditional dishes like enchiladas mineras, cecina de la Sierra, pasta with dried chili peppers, and gorditas del Bajío, made with locally sourced ingredients and served during special celebrations.
Discover the diverse cultural heritage of Mexico City, where a rich history and people from all over the world have left a lasting impact on the city's cuisine. Explore the Historic Center's rich tapestry of flavors, colors, and aromas through traditional dishes.