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There is one entry that has nothing but meat vendors cooking up a storm. Literally. You walk in and it’s so smoky and they are putting the wood on the fire. It’s quite the experience! The rest of the market is typical.
We only came once and briefly. Wish we had the time for repeated trips. Stopped and bought some small grasshoppers to try. tasted of spice and crunchy. fun to wander around and we ended up having a wonderful lunch. felt very safe. really fun
We came for breakfast here two mornings out a 3 day stay. Seriously the best tamales I ate! The big bowl of chocolate con leche and mole with chicken! Just amazing! We also ate lunch here. Great service and friendly family atmosphere. Open early so...More
The whole Mercado 20 de Noviembre consists of food stalls specialized on local food. Most stalls have picture menus. In one section, you will find lots of stalls serving grilled meat. If you want it quieter, you can sit at the stalls at the entrance....More
If you’re interested in authentic, inexpensive Oaxacan food, the mercado is the place to come. Comedor after comedor fill this market serving both breakfast and lunch and possibly food even later in the day. The simple comedors offer a wide variety of traditional Oaxacan dishes...More
If you want to try authentic mexican food from Oaxaca at a very cheap price? Go visit this market! You can try amazing tlayudas, very delicious mole, hot chocolate, pan de yema, so much good stuff. Just sit at any stand, all are good and...More
This place really hops during peak hours and it is a major place for Mexicans to eat during the midday. There are scores and scores of little outfits selling prepared food here and competition is fierce. As a result you get rock bottom prices and...More
In the meat alley of the 29th November market one can choose the cuts of meat to be barbecued that is then brought to a table communally shared. Ladies walk around selling the salsas and vegetable accompaniments. It is a fun and convivial experience. We...More
This is my favorite mercado in Oaxaca because it has everything you need without it being too overwhelming. The main mercado Central de Abastos is the larger one, but you feel like a rate in a maze of narrow aisles trying to find your way...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 ...