Where to Eat in Tlaxcala

LAS CAZUELAS The city’s best regional cuisine. Carretera San Martín – Tlaxcala km 20 Phone (246) 462 5002 LOS PORTALES The steaks at Portales are really mouth watering! This and other regional and Mexican specialties. Plaza de la Constitución #8 Portal Grande Phone (246) 462 5419 FONDA DEL CONVENTO Excellent menu of regional dishes. Calzada San Francisco #1 Phone (246) 462 0765 GRAN CAFÉ DEL ZÓCALO The lamb mixtote is the house’s specialty. Portal Hidalgo #7-A Portal Grande Phone (246) 462 1852 JARDÍN PLAZA Regional cuisine. Plaza de la Constitución #5 – A Portal Grande Phone (246) 462 4891

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