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A must taste in Morelia! This restaurant has been around for 2 generations and is a local favorite with its typical dishes from the region.
This restaurant will serve you typical cuisine ("comida regional"). The taste is amazing but you need to check their schedule as they are not open everyday and not all day either. They are open in the later afternoon. It's not super close but taxis are not too expensive, and if you are driving even…
La mejor y más amplia variedad de comida típica en la ciudad. Es simplemente deliciosa
Un clásico moreliano para comer comida típica como uchepos, corundas, enchiladas, atole, buñuelos, etc...
Auténtica comida Michoacana de muy buen sabor. Tiene diferentes platos para que puedas probar de todo.
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“ This restaurant in Morelia is one of the most recognized for its specialty in premium cuts to charcoal and pasta, accompanied by a good wine. Here they offer an international gastronomic concept inside a place with oil lamps flooded with art. The atmosphere alludes to the fact that food is - in addition to a necessity - a pleasure that goes hand in hand with luxury. In one of the restaurants that inspire people to eat because they offer both variety and quality”
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“ Lucero Soto has taken on the task of investigating and creating contemporary recipes with a fresh touch in this restaurant. Supplies are used that respect the precepts of good, clean and fair. Trout, avocado, corn, local cheeses and more are part of the ingredients that you will find there in delicious recipes such as jicama enchiladas stuffed with jamaica and cheese dipped in a chipotle sauce, green ceviche, uchepo chile relleno or milk tamale with passion fruit ice cream and avocado.”
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“Picturesque street framed by beautiful fountains, planters, stone floors and 19 colonial houses cataloged within the historical monuments of the city.”
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“A former source of employment for the Indians of the region, this 253-arch, baroque-style aqueduct used to supply the city with water. You can also admire the Tarascas Fountain nearby.”
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“ If you are a mezcalero, you should know that Michoacán has excellent quality mezcal varieties and organoleptic characteristics very different from those of other regions. This place is ideal to try them. Ask for sauces with different varieties of maguey, such as cinnamon or cupreata. Accompany them with cotija cheese that makes perfect harmony with the mezcal flavors of this state. Also ask for the michoacano rum, another gem of the place. If you get hungry there are different dishes created by Fermín Ambás, such as lamb enchiladas in jamaica sauce.”
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