By Jade Arroyo
Tacos are, undoubtedly, part of Mexican national identity. They are delicious, casual and for every time. This Mexican tastiness -eaten with the hands- it’s the most requested meal. Here we present some of the town’s taquerías. Finger lickin’ good.
Los Faroles, Ancha de San Antonio 30
Here you find a variety of meat cuts, grills and combos to enjoy with tortillas forming tacos. Several veggie options and if you’re want to keep in shape, you can order lettuce leaves instead of tortillas to have super healthy tacos. Full bar, tv and children playground.
La Palapa, Némesio Diez 8, lun-sab 12pm-5pm
A piece of beach in San Miguel. Fish and shrimp tacos. Fried breaded or grilled, in corn or flour tortillas. Steak and chicken tacos. Also sandwiches, side dishes, wine and beer.
Tacos Don Félix, Fray Juan de San Miguel 15, Col. San Rafael, 152- 5719, Vie/Fri, Sáb/Sat, 6pm-12am, Dom/Sun, 2pm-9:30pm
It offers a special for the fiercest hunger: a dish of seven different tacos, arrachera tacos, ribs, pork, huitlacoche, shrimp, chicken and chistorra, served with roasted onions. Plus other dishes like enchiladas, quesadillas, guacamole, salads and soups. Home delivery and catering.
Para la cruda/for the hangover
Tacos calle Mesones Esq. Pepe Llanos & Tacos Insurgentes esq. Hidalgo
The stands are for those who like unbeatable classics. Well served, these tacos owned that flavour that can not be achieved in a restaurant, only in the street. If you’re a fan of traditional style tacos, you will love these two options. Here you can run into people from all over town. Open all night and cheap.
Burritos Calle Nueva, Nemesio Diez esq. Ancha de San Antonio,
This stand is already an institution in town, and one of the favourite options to dine by the locals. Traditional burritos with different stuffing (guisados): chicken and mole, meat in red sauce, poblano pepper and cream, pork, etc. You can also ask for take outs.