A popular dip in America, Guacamole was first created by the Aztecs in what is now Mexico.
End your meal with a dessert of dulce de leche, which translated means “sweet [made] of milk”, and is a popular dish in Guadalajara.
Torta ahogada is a drowned sandwich popular in Guadalajara where it is submerged in a sauce primarily made of dried chili pepper.
Feast on authentic tacos while dining in Guadlajara.
Feast on the popular Mexican breakfast, Chilaquiles which is a dish of crisp tortillas tossed in sauce and served with cheese and eggs.
Stop into one of Guadalajara’s many restaurant and enjoy a bowl of chilled avocado soup.
Corn tortilla chips are a Mexican staple and a great when paired with Guacamole dip and salsa.
Head to the second floor of The Mercado Libertad, or Mercado de San Juan de Dios which features small family-run restaurants and some of the best dishes in Guadalajara.
While staying at Hacienda Lomajim, enjoy chilaquiles for breakfast at their on-site restaurant.
Visit El Parián, a large plaza in Tlaquepaque surrounding by restaurants and bars and get your taste of authentic Mexican cuisine.
Enjoy European inspired dishes at Lula Bistro.
Reserve your table at Lula Bistro which serves European fare.