Where to Eat in Pachuca

LA CARRETA Mexican cuisine. Mariano Matamoros 20-B Phone (771) 712 4207 LA CASONA Mexican cuisine. Guadalupe Soriano #101 PACHUCA Mexican restaurant open 24 hours a day. Carretera Pachuca – Ciudad Sahún Phone (771) 713 8078 SANBORN’S Traditional Mexican cafeterias franchise whose enchiladas suizas, molletes with cheese and coffee with milk are a famous specialty. Blvd. Gerardo Márquez Phone (771) 718 0366 YOKU SUSHI Japanese fare Blvd. Valle de San Javier 218-1 Phone (771) 714 4577 MALACATE International cuisine Carretera México-Pachuca km 85.5 Phone (771) 713-9911 LA PAZ International cuisine Carretera Cubitos – La Paz km 2 Phone (771) 713 5200 NORIEGA Mariano Matamoros #305-C Phone (771) 712 6665

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