I am Mexican, trust me on this one. This is how my abuelita used to do tortillas, memelas, quesadillas.
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Oaxaca is known as the food Mecca & it is definitely no lie. From the first taco to the street vendor tamales and especially now to Itanoni ... the cuisine has been heavenly. We first showed up on a Saturday evening (7pm) only to find...More
Tortillas and how they make it are amazing... I found flavour of the food to be a little bland. But great variety of corn.....definitely worth it
A true celebration of the history and heritage of local heirloom corn. After having lunch at Itanoni I have a whole new appreciation for the simplicity of a perfect "tetela" at this informal and inexpensive gem of a spot. It's a bit of a walk...More
This restaurant is an enigma, a marriage of fine dining and street food, Virtually everything is prepared in front of you and for good reason it provides an opportunity for the patrons to see firsthand how the freshly prepared corn tortillas are made. The menu...More
Everything here is made from non-GMO corn. I don't know how they do it, but the flavors are wonderful! You will find a mix of locals and "extranjeros" here. There is a paper menu as well as a wall with offerings! The portions were small,...More
We walked from southeast of the Zocolo which took about 30 minutes. We hadn't spent any time in this section of Oaxaca and it is quite nice. We sat near the front of the restaurant so had a great view of the woman making the...More