Where to Eat in San Cristóbal de Las Casas

In small and friendly San Cristóbal you will find with every step a delectable place to eat delicious and large Chiapaneco tamales or good tacos. Small inns attended by cooks experienced in regional gastronomy don’t appear in any tourism list but once you are in the city, they are easy to identify. Additionally, formal restaurants of specialized gastronomy – Mediterranean, fusion- are located on the city’s Historic Center. EMILIANO’S Mexican cuisine Av. Crescencio Rosas 7 MARIA CARTONES Chiapaneca typical cuisine Plaza 31 de Marzo 1ª Altos Centro Histórico MARE NOSTRUM Mediterranean fare Plaza 31 de Marzo 8 Altos Centro Histórico CASA RAIZ Creative Mexican and international kitchen, taste its casa raiz filet and primavera duck. Niños Héroes 8 Centro TULUC Vast menu of national and international dishes Av. Insurgentes 5 EL EDEN Swiss cuisine Inside Hotel Posadas Paraíso DUE TORRI Italian food Fco. I. Madero 19

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