If you are reading this post and you are in Mexico, this is probably your first time visiting the city.
And because it was a long-awaited visit, you don't want to mess up even one moment of your time there.
You have also heard a lot about Mexicans (all good stuff), and now it is time for you to find out for yourself.
So you have made sure that your trip was well placed in the summer for you to maximize your time visiting different places.
And now that you are checked in to your hotel room and wondering next, isn't it time to find out everything you have possibly heard about Mexican food?
Well, don't leave the city without trying any of our food. Below, we have listed some foods to try in Mexico.
If you haven't tried Tortilla, then you probably haven't been to Mexico, literary!
The unleavened bread dish is made of corn or wheat flour, and once it has made a dough, then it is rolled or flatten with a tortilla press, and then it is carefully placed in the oven.
It doesn't really matter if it's yellow, white or yellow wheat, the Mexican cuisines will always bring the best out of this yummy dish.
Some Mexicans have gone ahead to use it as a food container while eating in outdoor environments.
You will definitely love Mexico's Quesadilla, a tortilla (often made out of corn though sometimes it may be out of flour) stuffed with melted cheese before grilling.
It's a popular mouth-watering dish in the Northern Mexico and the US. The fillings may range from either beef, chicken, vegetables to mushroom, avocado, mac and cheese and the delicious Quesadilla may be served either as a starter or a dessert.
You will easily find the Quesadilla at most Mexican restaurants.
Whether it is your first-time visit to Mexico or you are on a return trip, maybe what you need to know is that our Chilaquiles only gets better with time.
The tasty Chilaquiles, commonly served at breakfast or brunch with scrambled or fried eggs, beef, or as a side dish, is literary corn tortillas cut in quarters, covered in sauce and cheese and then fried.
It is popularly known as the Mexican hangover food. Chilaquiles may be mixed with either lamb or pork or served alone.
You are not in Mexico if you have no idea what a Taco tastes like!
Consisting of a rich mixture of corn or wheat tortilla rolled around well-seasoned ground beef, pork, vegetable, seafood or cheese filling, the city's delicacy is also normally dramatically served with no utensils because of its hard shell.
Again if you are in Mexico, it is only best for you to try out the city's yummy tacos before you leave, and then let us know about the difference.
The Enchiladas may be the last order you make before your flight but it will be worth it.
The rich mouth-watering Mexican dish is a corn tortilla with a filling of either meat, cheese, beans, potatoes, or vegetables.
Sometimes a mixture of some these will be used for fillings and the wrapped or dipped in chili sauce before the enchiladas are grilled and served.
No matter what time of the day it is, we recommend that you make time to visit one of our restaurants listed here and taste the popular Enchiladas.
And when you return to your home country, tell them about it.
Just in case you are too tied up and cannot afford a couple of minutes to any of the listed restaurants, you can use any of the delivery apps like UberEasts, Kitzen, and others to check out all our Mexican foods to try in Mexico.
The Mexican cuisine is popularly known for the best multipurpose tasty foods for homes, hotels and restaurants, festivities that you too may want to try.
For all its worth, Mexican food has gone beyond the boundaries and have gained almost similar or even more popularity in the United States and other countries, leaving an even higher demand for more diversity of the Mexican food flavors.