Estado de Nuevo León Restaurants

  • the subsidiary on Garza Sada Avenue
    the subsidiary on Garza Sada Avenue
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  • Teacher's Day lunch with colleagues
    Teacher's Day lunch with colleagues
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  • the restaurant's interior
    the restaurant's interior
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Estado de Nuevo León Restaurants

  • El Rey De Cabrito

    Monterrey Restaurants

    This is a long-recognized Monterrey tradition for its local specialty, roast kid goat. It has a kitschy atmosphere of what a Mexican hunting lodge would look like with all kinds of stuffed deer, mountain lions, etc. As you walk in the grill is on your left and you can see the meat roasting. Roasted kid goat is the reason why you come here...

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  • Local Foods

    Monterrey Restaurants

    Try Menudo - not a restaurant, but a wonderful dish in the Mexican style. Menudo is good! Especially at 5:00 AM after binge drinking. Menudo is tripe soup, laced with generous additions of oregano. It is said that menudo cures 'la cruda', or a hangover, as one might experience from massive consumption of tequila. (Forget the burning rotgut tequila...

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  • Las Monjitas

    Monterrey Restaurants

    This is a small chain of restaurants which, translated, literally means, The Little Nuns. The facade of the building looks like an ornate Catholic church, and Son-of-a-gun, there's 'nuns' in the kitchen and 'nuns' waiting tables, but it's only for the atmosphere. Reasonably priced and good food. They serve many mixture plates, like bacon, diced...

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  • Street Vendors

    Monterrey Restaurants

    Health food? Not here. The street vendors in Barrio Antiguo don't sell tacos or enchiladas. The don't sell burritos. They sell hot dogs. You can get them wrapped in bacon, with peppers and onions, with cheese inside. Of all the street food I've eaten all over the world, these were absolutely decadent, but superb. Chicago dogs or whatever the...

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  • El Rincon

    Monterrey Restaurants

    Ask for ?Papa asada con carne? broiled potatoe with meat, it is also served with yellow and white chess, butter, and bacon, red and green salsa, lemon and tortilla chips. $ 5 USD. I bought this in El Rincon del Taco.

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  • El Tio

    Monterrey Restaurants

    El Tio is a long-standing Monterrey mainstay. It has been in business for years and years, and has time honored traditions, and like any Mexican restaurant worth it's salt, it has photographs of the owner, the owner's family and friends, and many grand-children, and the grand-children of the loyal clients. One picture features the restaurant's...

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  • La Catarina

    Monterrey Restaurants

    I was taken here by one of my colleagues who lives in Monterrey. This was a very nice, kind of upscale restaurant with great atmosphere and wonderful food. It would be the perfect place for a date, a business meal or just for a night out for a great meal. The mole here was outstanding. It looked like there were several other tasty selections on the...

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