Where to Eat in Villahermosa

Exotic and succulent dishes adorn the tables of Villahermosa, such as garpike salad and iguana sandwiches. Sweet deserts make you feel unsatisfied until you have tasted soft banana bread, coconut tortilla or the traditional papaya and black sapote candy. TULIPANES All dishes are excellent, from fine steaks to regional and seafood cuisine, with a special attention on the Tulipanes Filet, the house’s signature. Carlos Pellicer #511 Col. Centro LA LUPITA The garpike empanadas are an exotic delicacy you shouldn’t miss. Abasolo y Emilio Carranza Col. Atasta VILLAHERMOSA RIVIERA Specializing in fish and seafood. Malecón Carlos A. Madrazo #104 Col. Centro EL MATADOR Tacos pastor, fried tacos, beef tacos, tacos…the kings of the kitchen in all of Mexico. Avenida César Sandino #101 Col. Centro MESÓN DEL ANGEL Mesón del Angel mixes pre-Columbian and Spanish history at the table. Avenida Gregorio Méndez #1604 MESÓN DEL DUENDE International cuisine Avenida Gregorio Méndez on the corner with García #1703 Col. Centro

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