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Street food in Mexico City: where to eat?

When our friends arrive in Mexico City, they always want to eat some local and really tasty food and the only answer is TACOS!. And the truth is almost impossible can decide which one in the whole city are the best in town.
For that and because we are really good foodies as well, We gonna show you our ultimate selection of street food and local restaurant where you will find great tacos, sopes, pozole, huaraches, and a few things more.

Tacos de canasta Los Especiales 🌮🌮

Av Francisco I. Madero 71, Centro Histórico de la Cdad. de México, Centro, Cuauhtémoc, 06000 Ciudad de México, CDMX


We love eat tacos de canasta and “Los especiales” are really great and the experience is atypical. Here you have to wait outside of the restaurant and the line forward slowly but efficiently. When you get close to the cashier you will have to order your favorite ones. 


  • Frijoles (beans)
  • Papa (Potato)
  • Mole verde (Chicken with green sauce)
  • Chicharron (Pork stew) 


And select a drink and pay with CASH ONLY.  The curious thing is the bar where you can eat are in the back of restaurant and you and you will have to stand while you eat. 

A fascinating experience and a real for your Mexico City next visit. 

La Casa de Toño 🥘

The pozole are one of the most typical mexican food and we love it so much. In Mexico city you can find it around the whole city. But we prefer a place where we gonna find pozole and a lot of delicious dishes like flautas, sopes, tacos, chicharron and more. 


This place has a many locations around Mexico City and all have the same flavor and quick attention. If this is your first time in this place we recommend you order a small plate of pozole ( pork broth with corn) and try a picadillo sope(corn tortilla with stew beef) with a horchata glass of water(water of rice). 



In Mexico City all dishes are huge, take it easy and order one by one for no surprises and do not waste food.

Street Delicious food at Coyoacan 🌮💕

The center of the Coyoacán borough, this colonia is frequently overlooked by tourists who are visiting Mexico City for just a few days. But skipping this neighborhood– or just passing through– is a mistake!
If you’re looking for a colorful, green neighborhood where you can pass slow days souvenir shopping, eating local food, and delight yourself with ice cream and sipping coffee, you could hardly do better than Coyoacán Centro.


This neighborhood offer


  • Elotes and esquites
  • Tortas
  • Tlacoyos
  • Tamales
  • Tlayudas
  • Churros
  • Helados

Churros El Moro 💕

The city is full of churrerias, but a classic spot is the way to go your first time around. The churros, churro ice cream sandwich, and Mexican hot chocolate here are some of the best around. This place has been the perfect spot for breakfast for decades and now is your turn to try. 

This famous churrería has plenty spots around town. Hot and fresh churros laced in sweet cinnamon sugar make a perfect afternoon sweet treat in the Mexican heat. At the Roma outlet you can order the churros as ice cream sandwiches and don’t forget to order a chocolate dipping sauce to go with.