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LocalAventura Tour: Mexico City Food Tour
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Mexico City Food Tour

Half-day tour of the city's most unique eats

5 hrs

Mexico City

1 ~ 8

Low content


Calling all foodies! This tour will make your taste buds sing. Your local guide and culinary connoisseur, Rocío, will take you to some of the most colorful chaotic markets and quaint little restaurants for the best food in all of Mexico City. While street food has always been a hit in the city, its budding restaurant scene will be sure to impress. The list of foods you will taste is seemingly endless. Prepare to try authentic versions of some familiar foods like tacos, corn, and tostadas, while also venture into new flavors like jicaletas, seasoned jicama on a stick, and tepache, a fermented pineapple beverage. Your favorite childhood snack takes on a new twist in Mexico City: dorilocos are Doritos tossed with veggies, pickled pork rinds, peanuts, jellied candies, chili powder, and swirls of fruity syrup. In this small group tour, you’ll learn about the infinite food options in Mexico City and also the history of food in the city. Leave this tour knowing exactly why Mexico City is one of the culinary capitals of the world.


  • Meet at designated location (announced upon booking) in the Condesa neighborhood of Mexico City 
  • Discover the colorful markets of Mexico City and eat unique street foods.
  • Stop in to a quaint cafe and visit a few local restaurants.
  • Return to the meeting point.

Available days


Eligibility criteria

  • Participants must be able walk at a leisurely pace for 5 hours.
  • Food provided not suitable for vegans.

What's Included

  • Transportation during the tour (subway, etc.) 
  • Expert local guide passionate about food
  • Tastes of a variety of foods at a local market including tacos, tepache, fruits, corn, tostadas and more
  • A coffee and pastry at a bakery
  • A Mexican beer

What's not included

  • Transportation from hotel to meeting spot


  • Do not eat breakfast before the tour, as breakfast and lunch is provided.
  • Dress comfortably and avoid bringing flashy jewelry and valuables.
  • Please contact your local guide if you have any dietary restrictions.


Good for Solo Traveler Good for Groups Family-Friendly Good for Meeting People




We enjoyed our tour very much. We tasted many different foods and discovered local sides of Mexico City.

November 29th, 2016 Report ⚐


I had an amazing time on tour yesterday! It was definitely a highlight of my trip. The food was delicious and the sights were beautiful. The tour felt very authentic and personal, and we got to visit many areas of the city that I would otherwise not have had a chance to experience.

February 24th, 2018 Report ⚐


I was born a food lover. I’ve lived my whole life in Mexico City and I have yet to taste all the flavors of the city. Each time I eat the delicious food the city has to offer, it just leaves me wanting more and more. I grew up with these amazing flavors and now I share them with the world.

My grandmother instilled a passion for reading and traveling in me at an early age. She would always give me books about foreign countries. This sent me and my partner-in-crime, my dog Mateo, on a lifelong search for new and enchanted lands. I still live in my hometown, but twice a year I try to visit a new place from one of my books. When I’m not traveling, I’m showing visitors of Mexico City the best restaurants. I love working with travelers, because I am one myself. I make sure people avoid the tourist traps and eat good food cooked by good people. I’m obsessed with showing off the best sides of Mexico and, for me, that all starts with some of the most flavorful, authentic cuisine in the entire world. I haven’t been everywhere, but Mexico City will always be my favorite place to eat.

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