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The alley for grilled meats is part of this experience. It is very smokey and not ventilated at all. and vendors hawking all sorts of souvenirs bother you while eating. This is for the experience and not for food. The meats were bland and you...More
This market was great for getting some cheap, tasty local food. In particular, the "calle de carne" which is just an alley full of stalls smoking and grilling all sorts of meat. This is a perfect place to try some Oaxacan chorizo, it's very different...More
We were a little hesitant to venture into this smokey tunnel as we thought something was on fire and expected the fire department to show up, but we were delighted to find it was a narrow hall of grills fired up to cook all sorts...More
Had heard about the Meat Street in this market and it didn't disappoint. You walk by , select a vendor, order a half a kilo or more, or less of the meats you want. Then they throw them on the grill and by the time...More
I loved this market for its hustle and confusion and mayhem. Jen and I passed by the Mercado several times and dipped into different doorways or wandered aisles aimlessly but the best visit was the first. We were hungry and wanted to find a cantina...More
This is an absolute must, in my opinion. The aisle with all the meat vendors, is completely overwhelming but absolutely entertaining. You must buy some meat and order the sides, drinks and tortillas. The food was fabulous and I believe we bought our meat from...More
I always enjoy visiting the markets when I travel and this one is pretty much like the rest. A wide variety of things for the senses (see, taste, smell, touch). Clean, well laid out, friendly helpful vendors. I'm not sure of the difference between the...More
hello , I would say yes it is open 7 days a week , from probably 07:00 am till evening time , we went in the late afternoon , early evening and it was still very busy with locals being local produce and earning in the... More
hello , I would say yes it is open 7 days a week , from probably 07:00 am till evening time , we went in the late afternoon , early evening and it was still very busy with locals being local produce and earning in the various food stalls .
As it supplies local ingredients for house wives , I would safely say you will not be disappointed ...