Where to Eat in Puebla

The Puebla kitchen is home to delicious chiles in nogada, famous for their tricolor aspect, which gives it a nationalist touch. It is also said that it is the creator of Mexican mole, symbol of Mexican gastronomy. Other regional dishes are eggs ¨borrachos¨, ¨espinazo de cabra y la tinga¨ (goat). Following is a list of some of the establishments where you can enjoy these delicious mixed dishes.

LA NORIA
Contemporary restaurant with typical “poblana” and international kitchen; reserve a table in the beautiful rustic, Mexican style terrace.
Calle 41 Poniente 2120 Corner 23 Sur Col. Juarez
Phone (222) 237 7213

EL TEJADO
Mexican and “Poblana” food restaurant, enjoy the exquisite dishes. It also has live music.
Compostela #4701
Phone (222) 250 6297

BOLA ROJA
Typical regional food.
Calle 5 Poniente 2522 –A col. La Paz
Phone (222) 230 1607

FONDA DE SANTA CLARA
A tradition in Puebla since 1965.
Calle 3 Poniente 920 Col. Centro
Phone (222) 242 2659

FONDA DE SANTA TERESITA
What better place to enjoy a delicious regional dish than a Mexican ¨fonda¨ ?
29 Sur 3612 Col. Benito Juarez
Phone (222) 237 6963

CASA REAL POBLANA
Restaurant-Bar specializing in Mexican buffet, located 3 blocks from the zocalo.
Calle 4 Oriente 208 Col. Centro
Phone (222) 246 5876
http://www.casa-real-poblana.com

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