The one thing I love to do when I travel is eat and I love trying local specialties and national dishes. I was only in Monterrey for one night, so I couldn’t possible have tried everything, so I will give you a photo tour of the various foods I captured during my time in Monterrey, Mexico.
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There were plenty of street vendors near the Zona Rosa neighborhood selling various Mexican candy, marzipan, and also ice cream.
There are also vendors in the Macroplaza Park selling fruit, chips, and candy.
In the pedestrian only street, Calle Corregidora, there were street vendors selling Mexican candy and bacon wrapped hot dogs.
You can also find many restaurants in Calle Corregidora, but one that particularly stuck out to me was a place selling Churros Rellenos (stuffed churros). In this case, it was stuffed with chocolate.
In Centro Monterrey, you can find street vendors selling fresh fruit in almost every block.
For dinner, I had dinner at the famous El Rey del Cabrito which serves Monterrey’s local dish, cabrito (baby goat).
I ordered a Carta Blanca beer which is the local favorite.
I had the Plato Mixto which was a half order of Cabrito and a half order of arrachera which was delicious. The entree also came with chips and salsa, lots of lime, and fresh corn tortillas.