Where to Eat in Xalapa

LA ESTANCIA DE LOS TECAJETES Regional cuisine, with some options of international dishes. Av. A. Camacho #90 - 12, en la Plaza Tecajetes Phone (228) 818-0732 LA CASONA International gastronomy. Zaragoza #20 Phone (228) 818-2119 LA PERGOLA Delicious fine steaks. The house’s specialties are grilled fillet and flank streak. Pergola #2 Phone (228) 818-0333 ASADERO CIEN Grilled steaks. Maestros Veracruzanos No. 89, near Plaza Krystal Phone (228) 817-8062 LOS CANTAROS Delicious entomatadas, enchiladas, picadas and other specialties of traditional cuisine. Argos #2 Phone (228) 812-7610 ANTOJITOS ERNESTINA A jewel of Mexican delicacies located downtown. Mercado Jáuregui Col. Centro Phone (22() 818 2179

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