A fiesta for your taste: the best restaurant in Puebla
Known for its rich cultural heritage, impressive architecture, and exquisite cuisine, Puebla is one of Mexico’s must-see states. Its gastronomy is a fusion of pre-Hispanic, Spanish, and French influences, which has resulted in the perfect blend of flavors and techniques to enthrall your taste buds, and what better than in the best restaurants in Puebla.
Feeling like tasting the magic of Mexican gastronomy? Pay a visit to the city and go to Presidente InterContinental® Puebla, where you can find restaurants like “Cocina de los Ángeles”, ideal to awaken sensations on your tongue like you have never experienced before.
What to expect from the restaurants in Puebla?
Let’s delve into some dishes that only the Puebla’s gastronomy can offer, shall we?
- One of the city’s most famous dishes are chiles en nogada. It is a colorful representation of the Mexican flag, with the green of the poblano pepper, the white of the walnut cream sauce and the red of the pomegranate seeds. It is typically prepared with a mix of ground beef and pork, along with dried fruits, nuts and spices, which are then stuffed into the roasted poblano peppers.
- Another popular dish is mole poblano, a delicious thick sauce made from chili peppers, spices, nuts and chocolate. (Yes, you’ve read that right.) Most restaurantstend to serve it with chicken or turkey and is a staple dish in many traditional Mexican celebrations. This recipe is said to have originated in Puebla’s convents in the 16th century and it is still a favorite among locals and visitors.
- Many people’s favorite: cemitas poblanas. It is a simple, yet delicious sandwich made with a sesame-seed-covered bread roll, filled with meat, avocado, cheese, onions and, if you will, real Mexican salsa. It appears to be a simple dish, but a good cemita never disappoints!
- For those with a sweet tooth, Puebla also offers a wide range of delicious desserts. You can’t miss out on a camote, a sweet potato candy, often flavored with cinnamon. And then there’s one of our absolute favorites: Tortitas de Santa Clara. Created during the colonial period in the Santa Clara convent, these delicious cookies will be the perfect finishing touch to the best culinary experience.
Your best option where to eat in Puebla
Ready to enjoy these wonders and more? “Cocina de los Ángeles”, a restaurant in Puebla by Presidente InterContinental, Puebla’s fantastic restaurant “Cocina de los Ángeles” will delight your palate with the typical dishes of the city, prepared with fresh, high-quality ingredients that will make you want to return whenever you can.