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Walked down this street to get to some of the other parks. Saw the market and stepped in for some food. Ate at one of the female run enchilada stands. Really good food and friendly staff once we worked through the language barrier. Neat sort...More
Walk right in find a chair and order
that's how easy going this place is
hand made and cooked to order right in front of you
limited menu per food stall but look around
you'll find that they don't all make the same dishes
There's a little space to eat, but when you try the food, you'll be really happy.
We tried the "tostadas" and the "flautas", both were amazing.
Just as a recommendation, you should put some lemon to everything you eat.
The best of all, you won't...More
We stopped by the market in Coyoacan after walking the town and Frida's Museum... our guide suggested what appears a modest, simple, unadorned quesadilla stand in the middle. Seating is communal. All of it is quite clean. Service was friendly, quick and considerate.
We visited this market because the smell of food was really good when we were walking outside, we did good because the prices are very inexpensive, the food was delicious however you have to wait until people get up because the seats are limited.
Mind you , that as someone that grew up in Mexico City, though I have been gone for a long time, I did not realize that a quesadilla is more of the folded tortilla and you actually have to ask for queso (cheese) to be...More
Having dinner in Jardin Centenario's area is quite expensive... and you pay for the "view" (probably is the rental fee...) so everybody else can see you there having drinks or dinner. For the thrifty travelers and low budget visitors, there are some other choices like...More
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.