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Rosetta: Italian, Recommended on multiple lists

Rosetta: Italian, Recommended on multiple lists

Magnificent Greenland.

So, so far away from Australia :'(. Might be worth the long, long and expensive flights tho.

Mercado de Coyoacan. Mexico City isn’t big on grocery stores.  It’s lots of little grocers, mixed in with homewares, mixed in with restaurants in empty warehouse buildings.  This mercado was my local.  In the middle is an amazing tostada stand.  Killer.

Mexico City isn’t big on grocery stores. It’s lots of little grocers, mixed in with homewares, mixed in with restaurants in empty warehouse buildings. This mercado was my local. In the middle is an amazing tostada stand.

The 10 best tacos in Mexico City

In my endless quest of eateries to recommend in Mexico City, I asked Raul Zorrilla, the Director of the Mexican Cultural Institute to give me his list. He opted to give me his 10 favorite tacos and his mouth literally.

Macelleria Roma: La Macelleria brings Italian comfort food to Mexico City in a casual, low-key setting. Stop by for a lunch-time sandwich or pizza baked in the wood-burning oven.

Macelleria Roma: La Macelleria brings Italian comfort food to Mexico City in a casual, low-key setting. Stop by for a lunch-time sandwich or pizza baked in the wood-burning oven.

El Pastorcito, Mexico City - the best tacos

El Pastorcito, Mexico City - the best tacos

Many different fruit juices are available at roadside stall. Image by Katja Gaskell / Lonely Planet Mexico’s street food is some of the best in the world.  www.lonelyplanet.com/mexico/mexico-city/travel-tips-and-articles/mexico-citys-best-street-food#ixzz39d3KlxTP

Mexico City's best street food

Many different fruit juices are available at roadside stall. Image by Katja Gaskell / Lonely Planet Mexico’s street food is some of the best in the world.

Tacos del Güero, a hole-in-the-wall in the Condesa neighborhood. El Güero serves up traditional Aztec fare of corn tortillas stuffed with avocados, cactus, quelites (a green leafy veggie), huitlacoche (corn mold) and beans cooked in ceramic bowls. These local delicacies are more difficult to find in the trendy restaurants that have spread throughout Mexico City, where now half the food is imported from the USA.

A Neo-Aztec in Mexico City

Tacos del Güero, a hole-in-the-wall in the Condesa neighborhood. El Güero serves up traditional Aztec fare of corn tortillas stuffed with avocados, cactus, quelites (a green leafy veggie), huitlacoche (corn mold) and beans cooked in ceramic bowls. These local delicacies are more difficult to find in the trendy restaurants that have spread throughout Mexico City, where now half the food is imported from the USA.

San Angel Market - Mexico City

San Angel Market - Mexico City

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