+

Puebla

Explore Chowhound's favorite food and drink in Puebla.

You are viewing page 2

Reload from page 1

Layout:

Any suggestions for Puebla?

f
by foodpro13 12 years ago

I'm going to be in Puebla for lunch, dinner, breakfast, and maybe lunch again before heading to Mexico City. Any suggestions? Thanks! Dennis

Latest Puebla and Cuernavaca recs?

n
by NYCTechy 12 years ago

Thanks for all the great info already on this board - we are heading to Cuernavaca and Puebla at the end of June and wondered if anybody has "must do" or new culinary experiences to pass along in e...

Las Ranas in Puebla

e
by eileend 14 years ago

How do I get to this restaurant? Address anyone? Directions from the zocolo or other landmark? Thanks in advance.

Puebla: Innovative, interesting, upscale restaurants in Puebla

fredamoon
by fredamoon 12 years ago

I never thought I'd be deliberately seeking out the upper end of the culinary spectrum. But I have my reasons. So, I'm wondering if anyone can recommend an upscale restaurant (or two or three) ...

Eating and cooking in Oaxaca, Puebla and Cancun

c
by comexico 12 years ago

On my way to Mexico for 6 weeks to learn a bit about the food and its indigenous/colonial roots. Looking for recs on cooking classes, street food, restaurants and markets. I'm fairly familiar wit...

hot chocolate in Mexico City and Puebla

d
by david kaplan 15 years ago

Thanks for all the great restaurants posts for DF and Puebla. I'd like to get advice for finding hot chocolate in either place. The only mention on the board I found was El Moro in Mexico City for ...

SIERRA NORTE DE PUEBLA

r
by RST 14 years ago

[Note: This post was split from another thread at: http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/466445#3184253 -- The Chowhound Team]. Always a big fan of that blog, Cristina. In rural areas, I find that ...

Puebla, Centro Historico

Anonimo
by Anonimo 13 years ago

A Mexican woman friend recommended the Fonda de Santa Clara in Puebla, for when we visit there. Our dear friend is herself an excellent cook. I harbor some doubts about the restaurant. I'd appre...

Puebla: Best Cemitas in Centro?

Anonimo
by Anonimo 13 years ago

We'll soon be making our first trip to Puebla's centro, and would like to try cemitas. Any recommendations in the Centro? We'll be there on December 29th and 30th; leaving December 31th. While I...

Oaxaca, Puebla, and Cuernavaca Areas

s
by sethfoodie 13 years ago

Hello, My wife and I are planning a culinary tour of Mexico in early January. We will be traveling through the areas near/in Oaxaca, Puebla, and Cuernavaca and would love some restaurant sugges...

Puebla Mexico Suggestions

f
by feebee45 14 years ago

Hello, I am getting married in Puebla Mexico In April of this year - and was wondering if anyone had suggestions on things to do, places to eat etc. I have been there once for a four day weekend...

Questions on Mexico City & Puebla

Carb Lover
by Carb Lover 14 years ago

We are leaving on Mon. Jan. 14th for a two-week trip through Mexico City, Oaxaca, and Puebla. Needless to say, I'm very excited for my first trip to Mexico (going to TJ w/ college buddies doesn't c...

Vegetarian restaurants in Puebla?

p
by Paloma 14 years ago

Hi everybody, I'm new to Chowhound and am loving it! Got here by trying to find vegetarian restaurant info for Puebla - my husband and I are about to spend a week there. Any recommendations, guida...

Mexico City, Puebla and Oaxaca.

m
by marpaz 15 years ago

I didn't know what would be the best way for me to ask for help. I am hoping that someone out there knows Mexico City inside out, and one of the following New York, Paris, and/or Hong Kong. (I ha...

Is Charco de las Ranas in DF associated with Las Ranas in Puebla?

m
by Maya 15 years ago

I'm mainly concerned with where I can find some tacos al arabe in DF, as the ones in Puebla (al pastor) are probably the best single meal I had in Mexico. Thanks!

Mexico City and Puebla report

d
by david kaplan 15 years ago

Just back from a four-night weekend, two in Mexico City and two in Puebla. Of note: MEXICO CITY Pujol (Polanco neighorhood) was the best meal we had. Pujol treats traditional Mexican ingredie...

You've reached the end of this page

Catch up on the latest activity across all community discussions.

View latest discussions