Mexican gastronomy is one of the most varied and recognized worldwide. The dishes from each state of the Republic are an incredible offer of flavors, smells and endless sensations.
As a tribute to Puebla cuisine, 10 years ago he opened the Angelópolis restaurant, run by chef Gerardo Quezadas, in the Roma Norte neighborhood, in Mexico City. To celebrate, starting on May 5 (nothing more ideal than the commemoration of the Battle of Puebla) a menu is offered where diners can review their historical menu.
As a journey through his classic recipes and in a very personal way by chef Quezadas, who included in his preparations the wisdom and seasoning of his mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, Angelópolis offers some of his classics for a limited time, which are we had a chance to test during his announcement.
Are you ready to immerse yourself in Puebla cuisine? Join us to know these proposals:
Jamaican golden tacos ($105)
In order not to forget the #FudisPorElMundo Vegetarians, this proposal also includes lettuce, cream and Cuaresmeño chile and tomato sauce.
Arabian tacos ($145)
A true tradition in Puebla, the reinterpretation of Angelópolis is made in flour tortilla, pork and lamb, endemic chili peppers and jocoque.
Mushroom ceviche ($105)
This incorporation is made with mushrooms, mushrooms, tomato, coriander, chili and onion.
Mole poblano ($290)
Made with recipes from the women in his family, the mole with chicken is accompanied by rice and beans.
Ninón Cake ($95)
A tribute to conventual Puebla confectionery: mamón de natas, bathed in homemade almond eggnog and covered with sweet pepita.
When: This anniversary menu will be available until August 2023, in time for its well-known chile en nogada season (which can be tried all year round in a traditional way) and that in these months they make new proposals for this traditional dish.
Where: Puebla 371, Roma Norte, Mexico City.