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We stopped at the market after our walking tours. I was told to go to the taco booth that had the sign: the original tacos. We stopped at the booth right next to it and had the best ceviche tacos. They have a large variety...More
We went here after visiting the Frida Kahlo Museum. It’s very close. There are lots of food options throughout the mercado, don’t just take the first one, take the time to see what’s there.
Many stalls sold a vast range of foodstuffs, including mole, spices,...More
Would highly recommend this for a visit and a meal, you will see tourists but it is not”overly touristic” and the food and everything were great, I wish I had more time there, n3x5 time i think I would stay in this area also as...More
One of the most interesting markets in Mexico City, if you appreciate to vist markets all through the world like I do. In it, you can find the regular stuff people buy everyday to prepare their meals, handcrafted products for tourists and excellent street food....More
So glad I stumbled on this food market. It really gave me a good taste of what an authentic Mexican market looks like. Families eating together on a Sunday. It was such a cool experience. There's a few bar stools set up around each vendor......More
Good to find anything from chilli peppers, clothing, souviners and even a Toritila press. Very busy narrow isles that seem to go on forever. A great place to spend a couple of hours. Lots of food choices but go for the Tostadas.
Once you step into Coyoacán (“Land of the Coyotes”) you'll find picturesque parks and cantinas that will transport you back to the colonial era thanks to the brick and stone details of the area. Iconic writers such as Trotsky and great painters like Frida Kahlo seeked refuge and inspiration in this area, and you can see the unique spirit of this neighborhood reflected in its colorful market where nieves, sopes
and all kinds of traditional 'antojitos' are a must try. Restaurants and cafés throughout its peaceful paved streets contain traditional but unique murals and decorations, where one can enjoy a mezcal at noon or the best churros with a cup of coffee.
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As I stated in my review, the Frida Kahlo museum is there. That is worth going all by itself. In addition it is a very nice old colonial city used by the Spanish while they were building the current Mexico City Central area... More
As I stated in my review, the Frida Kahlo museum is there. That is worth going all by itself. In addition it is a very nice old colonial city used by the Spanish while they were building the current Mexico City Central area. There is one big church and a very pleasant park. Many restaurants and shops.