Where to Eat in Tehuacán

At Tehuacan the most famous and ancient dish is Mole Caderas of Colonial origin. Other exquisite dishes served at Tehuacan tables are pan de burro, mueganos, tetechas and tempexquiztles. CASA VIEJA Popular restaurant with a menu of international cuisine. 1 Pte 108 Tel. 3821005 EL COMEDOR Delicious contemporary Mexican cuisine, located in the facilities of the great hotel Casa Cantarranas. Av. Jose Garci - Crespo #2215 San Nicolas Tetitzintla Tel: (238) 383 4922 LA LONJA Famous restaurant of typical food from the State. Independencia Oriente y 1 Sur Phone (238) 382 0368 PAGODA Héroes de la Independencia 522 Phone (238) 382 3317 LA GRANJA 1 Sur 210 Phone (238) 382 1260 STUTTGART 1 Pte. 135 Phone (238) 382 3006 CABAÑA SAN MARTÍN Prol. Av. Reforma Sur 70 Phone (238) 382 6718 TILINGOLINGO Av. José Garci Crespo 1405 Phone (238) 383 8755 MI LUPITA 5 Sur 307 (238) Phone 383 0637

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