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Polanco Food Tour in Mexico City

Highlights
  • Take a delicious and educational culinary walking tour of Polanco
  • Experience one of Mexico City’s most beautiful—and tasty—neighborhoods
  • Eat and drink at seven different eateries with the help of your insider guide
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Polanco Food Tour in Mexico City
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Polanco Food Tour in Mexico City. Departs at 11am
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Polanco Food Tour in Mexico City. Departs at 5:30pm
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Overview
Hit the streets of Mexico City’s trendy Polanco neighborhood on a culinary tour that takes you to seven delicious stops. It’s easy to get overwhelmed in this sprawling city known for its dazzling cuisine, so skip the guesswork and head straight for the hot spots with your insider guide. Taste traditional Mexican food, including dishes from Oaxaca and the Yucatan, along with desserts and chocolate, on one carefree walking tour.
What to Expect
Taste your way through the foodie paradise of Polanco, a well-heeled Mexico City neighborhood that’s also among the city’s most beautiful areas. Follow your guide on a culinary outing with a small group of fewer than 10 people.

You’ll stroll the picturesque streets and stop at seven different eateries. Venues change depending on the day, but you can count on tasting delicious dishes and drinks while learning about Mexican culture and cuisine. Possible stops include a Oaxacan restaurant known for ancient specialties plus destinations to try the thick, complex sauce called mole, classic tacos, a traditional tlayuda (a toasted, crunchy tortilla with beans, meat, and avocado), and exotic ice cream flavors.

You’ll end your tour armed with recommendations for the rest of your trip and a happily full stomach.
Reviews (150)
1 - 5 of 68 reviews
Reviewed 1 week ago
Tour was a memorable experience that made me appreciate Mexician cuisine and its art.

Our guide was Luis. It was a pleasant surprise it was for myself, wife and daughter only so we got to talk more that if it was a larger group. Luis is a writer, an excellent cook, passionate about food and knows the ingredients well....More

Thank rbenpersaud
Reviewed 1 week ago
Excellent way to learn about Traditional Mexican food and Polanco Area

We did the evening tour and met 3 other nice individuals with Luis the tour guide. He was very knowledgeable about traditional Mexican food as well as the Polanco area. It is a great way to start your visit to Mexico City.

Thank wanderingstar39
Reviewed 1 week ago
Nice walking tour and great food ! will fill you up

Luis was very knowledgeable and we had a wonderful time with him. He was very accommodating as my sister does not eat meat, she enjoyed this tour with vegan dishes. Thank you, Luis, and take care of your self.

Thank sunniya
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Perfect way to start the trip!

Luis was wonderful! Great way to experience the Polanco area of Mexico City. My only suggestion is to pace yourself! Some much great food. The taco dried beef and cactus taco at the cantina was my absolute favorite!

Thank Caroline C
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Excellent way to start our vacation in Mexico City.

We did the 11:00am tour. The food was all excellent and our tour guide, Louis was so knowledgeable not only about traditional Mexican food, but also Mexican heritage and history. We ate very well and learned a lot. Highly recommended!

Thank kumikot164
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LettyTrujilloAlvarez
July 1, 2018|
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Response from Erin B | Reviewed this property |
Normal walking pace on sidewalks. Should be fine for everybody.
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Chigzy
June 23, 2018|
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Response from jackamy2018 | Reviewed this property |
We requested in advance, and they prepared an itinerary with seven stops that served vegetarian food.
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CrimsonGrey
April 29, 2018|
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Response from Elliot S | Reviewed this property |
I highly recommend the Polanco food tour - one of our favorite things we did while in Mexico City. 7 great stops, lots of delicious food, and a wealth of knowledge.
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