In a city of 22 million, where do most locals eat?
In Mexico City, it’s the street stands. The market stalls. The small, homestyle restaurants known as fondas.
Since 2010, Eat Mexico, the first street food tour operator in Mexico City, has been sharing the unique flavors that fuel millions of Mexicans on a daily basis. These are dishes that locals grow up eating, usually cooked by the same family-owned stand for decades.
On each tour, we visit street stands, markets and fondas that have been personally selected by our founder, Lesley Téllez, and our local Mexico City-born guides. Unlike other tour companies, we don’t take kickbacks or coupons from our vendors. We choose the stops based on the deliciousness of the food and each item’s importance in the Mexican culinary canon.
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