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Eat Mexico Culinary Tours

Calle Sinaloa 149, Mexico City 06700, Mexico
+52 1 55 3504 2135
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San Juan Gourmet Market & Street Food - Best idea we ever had!

WE LOVED THIS TOUR! It far exceeded our expectations! Our guide Carla was so knowledgeable about... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
A Fantastic morning of great street food

We had a fantastic morning with Ariane as our guide and we were able to experience foods that we... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
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Eat Mexico offers small, private food tours of Mexico City. Want to taste the best tacos or street food, or explore Mexican markets? We'll show you the way!
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Calle Sinaloa 149, Mexico City 06700, Mexico
+52 1 55 3504 2135

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Reviewed 2 days ago

WE LOVED THIS TOUR! It far exceeded our expectations! Our guide Carla was so knowledgeable about the food, the area and even MX City in General. She gave us tips for other places to eat and things to do around the rest of the city...More

Thank jterese
Reviewed 2 days ago

We had a fantastic morning with Ariane as our guide and we were able to experience foods that we normally would not have. I am sure that itineraries vary, but we experienced the following: Tamales near the US embassy. Flavors: moles, rajas and verde. Chocolate...More

Thank Ronald C
Reviewed 4 days ago

We had the absolute pleasure of being lead on a tour by Ubish. He was extremely knowledgeable, well spoken in English and fun! My husband and I are not very well-traveled and so I was a bit daunted by the tour's description. However, almost completely...More

Thank Diana B
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Ubish was charming and extremely knowledgeable. The pace of the tour was relaxed, with plenty of time to ask questions and schmooze. Food and mezcal were both great. Learning how to find safe street food was especially helpful and liberating. Overall, a worthwhile and fun...More

Thank peoplearegreat
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We found this tour through Smitten Kitchen when we were in Mexico City for a long weekend. Ariane was our guide, she was really knowledgeable about the food history and culture of Mexico City. We went to a bunch of hole in the walk places...More

Thank KalieElizabeth
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We knew we wanted to explore La Merced. We are so glad we chose to do it through Eats Mexico! Our extraordinary guide, Ubish Yaren, grew up in the area and is a local chef and foodie. His insider-knowledge made this day a highlight of...More

Thank BCcatVan
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I don't normally like organized tours when I travel, but I liked that EatMexico took us off the beaten path to a place I wouldn't have normally gone by myself. I did the Journey of La Merced market tour and it was great! We ate...More

Thank mmsoli20
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

My wife and I did the San Juan Market tour with EatMexico and had a great time. Our guide, Adrian, was awesome and very knowledgeable. We went on our first day in Mexico City, which helped us find great food the rest of the trip....More

Thank Wyatt M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I toured local taco establishments, an incredible coffee bar, and a tortilla factory with guide Ariane Ruiz today. We were exploring in the Mexico City neighborhoods of Roma and Condesa. Ariane is a most knowledgeable guide and it's obvious she enjoys her job. Anyone who...More

Thank Deborah J
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This tour is much more than just eating good food. You can easily do that by walking down the street and trying out tacos from the numerous tasty taco stands in Mexico City. However, this tour is extremely well thought-out to help you learn as...More

Thank Omar F
Easy to explore either on bike or foot, Condesa offers
a great variety of activities and places to visit
while admiring its neo-colonial architecture. Diverse
restaurants vary from regional to global along its
streets, while local bars even let you craft your own
beer. The urban yet relaxing vibe let visitors cycle
or stroll on the Amsterdam Circuit.
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Michelle S
27 February 2017|
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Response from Francesca G | Reviewed this property |
It's all accessible but starting with the tour will help orient you. And yes agree, Spanish is helpful. Frida is fun on the weekends bc Coyoacan neighborhood also has a terrific food market with tons of stands to eat with... More
2 January 2017|
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Response from Carl B | Reviewed this property |
We got a confirmation email the day before or when we booked it (can't remember). And the point where we met up with the guide was just a few blocks away from the Amsterdam area.
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