+

1 Place

4 Suggestions

Expand Map

1 Place

4 Suggestions

neiladammcginnis | Sep 26, 201611:35 AM     4

Yes i know there have been posts about this in the past but the restaurant business is extremely dynamic so it really felt like I needed a new post about the subject. My father just recently went to Juarez and said the best mexican dish he's ever eaten was quesadillas de huitlacoche. I already knew that it was corn fungus essentially but I have never eaten because I have not had the opportunity. Now I'm dead set on eating the delicacy, preferably 100% authentic. I have been directed to a few places that I am unable to find on google map so I wonder if these are no longer in business, especially given the fact that I was reading a post from 7 years ago. If anyone can help me at all then I would be very grateful. This restaurant can be anywhere in DFW, it does not matter to me because i'm already driving from Hillsboro.

Mercado Juarez Cafe
Want to stay up to date with this post? Sign Up Now ›

Discussion Summary

More from Chowhound

15 Canned Sardine Hacks for a Better Snack
Test Kitchen Notes

15 Canned Sardine Hacks for a Better Snack

by Chowhound Editors | If you're unsure how to eat canned sardines, we have some intriguing ideas for you. Usually tinned...

The Shocking Truth Behind the Triscuit Name Revealed on Twitter
Food News

The Shocking Truth Behind the Triscuit Name Revealed on Twitter

by Jen Wheeler | I love learning about the genesis of odd food names (and words in general), so the recent revelation...

The Care & Feeding of Your Sourdough Starter
Guides

The Care & Feeding of Your Sourdough Starter

by Heather Reid | Sourdough is having a moment—many people are hunkering down at home and embarking on new projects...

How to Nail Your Next Virtual Happy Hour or Dinner Party 
How To

How to Nail Your Next Virtual Happy Hour or Dinner Party 

by David Watsky | Staying in is the new going out—at least for now—and we've some fun ideas for making the most of your...

Get fresh food news delivered to your inbox

Sign up for our newsletter to receive the latest tips, tricks, recipes and more, sent twice a week.