Where to Eat in Cholula

LA MESA Y EL VINO Located in the facilities of the elegant and delicate colonial hotel La Quinta Luna, it offers a vast regional, traditional Mexican and international cuisine menu. Calle 3 Sur 702 Col. Centro http://www.hotelesboutique.com/quintaluna/index.html FONDA MARÍA ELENA If you want to taste a delicious stew in the purest Puebla style, go to this inn where the specialty is beef tortas and tacos. Av. Morelos 12 LA CASONA Puebla’s cuisine. Calle 3 Oriente TACOS TONY Arab style tacos. Av. Morelos 212 Col. Centro EL PORTÓN Full pre-designed lunch, very popular among students. Av. Hidalgo esquina con Calle 3

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