The city of Puebla has developed a rich foodie tradition over the past 10 years. we’ve listed some of our favorites below.
El Mural de Los Poblanos
This local favorite is well known for serving mole poblano, a traditional dish in the region. The restaurant has a spectacular mural which tells the history of Puebla, and the service is spectacular. We recommend getting the enchilada with 3 mole options.
The food at this place it is some of the best in town! Prices are great, variety is great, you have everything, Puebla-s food, beef, shrimp, tune, salmon, salads, the taste of all items is great.
This spot, located on the ground floor of La Quinta Esencia, is owned by the famous chef Angel Vazquez. The restaurant has a rugged, earth-tone design, with pops of color. The menu focuses on dishes that are traditional to the region, but with modern twists. The restaurant’s mole poblano recipe was passed down from his great-grandmother, and doesn’t include chocolate.
Casa Barroca, run by Chef Hugo Minutti, is inspired by Minutti’s origins in Paris and Montreal. The setting is a posh, upscale design, with an open, outdoor courtyard, private chef table, and chandeliers.
This hip, laid back restaurant is known for putting modern twists on historical favorites from the Mexican states of Oaxaca and Puebla. In line with the Modern Mexican food movement, this spot focuses on flavor palettes instead specific recipes. We recommend the tostados and ceviches.
This pizza restaurant is located in Cholula, and has some of the best pizzas, salads, and snacks int he city. Some of their best toppings include spanish chicken with corn, mozzarella cheese, pickled red opinion, squash, and jalapeno.
This is one of the city’s most famous taco spots, known for its tacos al pastor, gringas (meat with melted cheese), alambres (grilled mix of meat and vegetables), and tortas.