exico is the birthplace of some of the most widely used ingredients: avocados, pumpkins, tomatoes, beans, corn, chilies and vanilla.
The world of the Mexican cuisine is a labyrinth, a fusion of pre-Columbus mesoamerican culinary rudiments, combined with Spanish influences from the conquistadors.

Mexico’s cultural blending, has created a widely diverse cuisine, that is distinguished in each of its region, not only by its ingredients but also by its regional cultural identity.

is strongly associated with Mexican culture. Colorful Mexican food markets serve all over the country antojitos, using just tortillas, fillings and spices, creating a wonderful pallet of tastes and smells on the streets.

For the Mexicans, food is considered to be the force that keeps their nation united. Either poor or rich, Mexicans enjoy eating on the streets, free from any social distinguishes.