Mexico City has become a foodies’ mecca in recent years, with its colossal array of restaurants, bistros, cafes, and bars. In addition to the formal eating places, informal street and local market food stalls have also become popular as visitors seek-out the unique flavors which emerge from these purveyors of hand-prepared traditional Mexican meals.
If you’re curious about the different types of food and eateries on offer but aren’t sure where to start, a food tour is an ideal way to get introduced to foods you don’t yet know or haven’t tried, served in places that are known to provide a worthwhile and authentic food and drink experience. As well as discovering new tastes, these food tours also give you insights into the history and culture of the food.
Food tours are typically organized in small groups of between four to eight people, and private tours are also available on request. Daytime tours tend to last for between two and four hours and evening tours, aimed at adult patrons, may last longer.
In Mexico City, food tours are most often conducted around the Historic Center and the trendy neighborhoods of Polanco, Roma, Condesa and Nápoles—which host some of the best places to eat and drink in the capital.
Tasty Bites is a company that introduces visitors to the culinary delights of Mexico City through a range of carefully-crafted food tours. They offer tours downtown as well as Roma Norte and Condesa districts, and have options for vegans, families, and adults-only. If you’d like to experience the latest trends in Mexican fine dining, they also offer a gourmet tour featuring innovative Mexican cuisine prepared by top chefs.
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Visit the Tasty Bites Food Tours website to learn more about what’s on offer and browse their selection of food tours in Mexico City. Their online booking system makes it easy to schedule and book your tour. Enter the code: MEXP at the online checkout and receive a 10% discount on your food tour.
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