Mexico, an exceptional culinary culture

Posted on September 4, 2014 • Filed under: Culture, Mexico, Mexico Travel reported Mexico is undoubtedly a nation with an exceptional culinary culture that reflects its Mesoamerican and European influence, from popular dishes like burritos and ceviche, to the national dish of Mole; a savoury chocolate and chilli sauce. Top chef Enrique Olvera – behind Mexico City’s restaurant Pujol, which came in at number three in Latin America’s 50 Best Restaurants San Pellegrino awards 2014, and number 17 in the World’s Best – gives us his tips on how to experience the best of Mexico’s phenomenal cuisine. “You can never have enough of Mexican food because the gastronomy is so vast and rich. You can experience the taste of Mexico, little by little, from stop to stop. Mexico City, as the capital, is just the place to try the cuisine, but you have a huge country full of flavours and expressions to visit. Every visitor should go to Oaxaca to understand our food better and enjoy the city more deeply. Eating as much as you can is the best way to learn about the cuisine. Read Article

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