Walking food tours are offered in Puebla. All of them are customized to be taken in some hours to explore secret places in downtown Puebla. Each walking tour combines an easy downtown loop with tastes of a half-dozen of Puebla DISHES & STREET FOOD with explanation of city highlights. For special mobility requirements, an special private car service might be arranged with an extra fee.
By trotting around town we will taste several of the Puebla well-known street food such as cemitas, chalupas, pelonas, molotes and a traditional soda or bottle of water. Tour price includes taste of a half-dozen of Puebla snacks, non-alcoholic drink is offered. Taste includes bottle of water.
We will visit a town market to see the different moles offered to public and get to know how Mole Poblano is prepared. Because the flavor of Mole is achieved better if it's cooked in a traditional clay cazuela (pot) then a visit to Puebla potter workshop is included. Later a Mole Poblano lunch is provided with a refreshing drink. When site schedule allows, a visit to the kitchen where according to tradition Mole was invented. Taste includes bottle of water.
It is seasonal tour that is widely available from July to September when its ingredients are at their peak. We will be visiting visit the place where Chiles en Nogada dish were invented by Augustinian Recollect nuns. Later we will visit a restaurant and have a taste of Chiles en Nogada in a traditional restaurant of Puebla. Taste includes bottle of water.
Pick up a week day for fun hands-on cooking lessons on the Mexican cuisine arts for 3 hour class in Puebla. Lety Vergara is a cook that offers a cooking class and leads you into a Puebla traditional local market for a broad overview of local ingredients and flavours before you whip up authentic Mexican dishes. Or, upgrade to "State of Art" seasonal dishes in Puebla cuisine and spend more time in Lety's kitchen. Enjoy personalized attention on this experience limited to just three up to four people.