Where to Eat in Chilpancingo

EL RICO TACO Av. Miguel Alemán #65 Phone (747) 478 5464 POZOLERÍA EL PATIO Prolongación Colón #57 Col. Nicolás Bravo Phone (747) 471 5063 RANCHO LOS CEDROS Almond enchiladas, eggs in puff pastry or ayoxichitl and picaditas guerrerenses are part of this restaurant’s delicious menu of Guerrero-style Mexican cuisine. POZOLERÍA LA CASITA For enjoying a delicious white or green pozole. Barrio de San Mateo POZOLERÍA EL RINCÓN In addition to the traditional pozole, enjoy delicious chalupas or chicken tacos with a good glass of bitter mezcal. Barrio de San Mateo

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