5 gourmet Mexican food restaurants in Puebla

Puebla is a gastronomic destination par excellence and among the best rated options are a handful of restaurants where chefs make unforgettable proposals for diners.

The following is a list of recommendations with restaurants in the city of Puebla that you cannot miss:

Omen Restaurant

An unmissable place for lovers of good food is Augury. In its two branches, this restaurant offers a varied menu with the most traditional flavors of Puebla.

With the culinary proposal of the chef Angel Vazques and the sommelier Regina de la Morathe favorite snacks stand out, ranging from molotes, memelas, chalupas, tamales to flip flops and flutes.

In their menu they have “the greats of Puebla”, among them the most emblematic baroque preparation of the state: the mole poblano. As well as other moles equally appreciated by the most demanding palates, the red pipián, the green pipián, the guajillo marinade and the burnt chipotle mole.

In its facilities located on Calle 9 Oriente, number 16, in the Historic Center of Puebla, they have service from Monday to Saturday, attached to the preventive measures by Covid-19 and in the conditions currently recommended by the state decree for the operation. of restaurants.

In this beautiful colonial construction, which allows an excellent meeting with the family or as a couple, the breakfast service stands out with a great commitment to traditional preparations.

While in the most developed area of ​​the metropolis, located in Plaza Solesta, on Bulevar Atlixcáyotl, number 4931, the offer also includes seasonal specials such as cod Biscayan style and escamoles, as part of Lent.

Augurio has been included among the 120 best restaurants in the country, within the Mexico Gastronomic Guide and has received multiple awards for the quality of its menu.

The mural of the poblanos

One of the essential places in Puebla is the restaurant The Mural of the Poblanosfor its rich gastronomic history, which has made it a benchmark in Pueblan cuisine.

A second attraction of this establishment is the beauty of its architecture and murals made by the plastic artist, Antonio Álvarez Morán, which represent the history of the state.

Its kitchen is headed by chef Martín Hernández, who brings to the table the best of Puebla’s gastronomy, extolling local products and traditional recipes.

From the menu, the poblana cemitas, poblana soup, basket tacos and the chile en nogada stand out.


The boutique hotel restaurant Casareyna It is spectacular as it is located in the area where houses from the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries used to be, and where the local workers lived.

This beautiful boutique hotel opened its doors in May 2007, has 46 suites, a restaurant, a bar and a wine cellar specializing in Mexican wines, a multipurpose room, the terrace of the queen and a new space for Talavera sales.

In its restaurant you can enjoy dishes from the old Poblano cuisine and the new Mexican cuisine.

Mezcalli Hall

Mezcalli Hallby chef Liz Galicia, has become one of the most popular places in the city of Puebla.

It is located in the Cartesiano Urban Wellness Center hotel, a few steps from the famous Callejón de los Sapos in Puebla, and there you can enjoy traditional Pueblan cuisine with an avant-garde touch.

The chef merged her two passions, which are Pueblan cuisine and agave, so that, in a casual and relaxed atmosphere, you will enjoy agave-based spirits, including pulque.

This month of July will begin its season of chiles en nogada.


The restaurant sharpspindirected by chef Fernando Hernández, is considered one of the most avant-garde gastronomic spaces in Puebla.

Moyuelo had a renovation in 2019 and changed its location to the Historic Center of Puebla, where it serves dishes from Puebla, with seasonal products.

Its menu highlights beef tongue carpaccio, cod, burrata with pistachio pesto, duck carnitas cemita, octopus with garlic mojo, and sweet potato and coconut baklava.