WHY EAT MEXICO CULINARY TOURS?
REALLY SMALL GROUPS
When we say small, we mean small. Our maximum group sizes range from 4 to 8 people. The average group size is 3. We’re firm believers that a small group is the best way to get to know this complex cuisine.
TRUE FOOD EXPERTS
Our bilingual local guides have studied Mexican gastronomy in local cooking schools and worked in local kitchens. They know the deeper story on Mexican food and they're ready to share it with you.
HISTORY & CULTURE
Our tours go beyond simply feeding you a taco. We talk about Mexican food history and provide important cultural context. We'll help you connect the dots so you can truly begin to understand Mexico’s thriving food culture.
MEXICO CITY TOURS
In Mexico City, two food worlds exist side-by-side. There are the restaurants—and then there’s the vast network of sidewalk grills, market stalls, taquerías, and small homestyle kitchens called fondas...
RIVIERA MAYA TOURS
Beyond Cancún’s pristine beaches lies a food culture all its own. What the locals eat, contrary to what most travelers usually encounter, is an exciting mix of influences...
Ingrid T, TripAdvisor: I’m definitely doing another tour. They cost more than the competition but the quality of the experience is worth it...
Sean M, TripAdvisor: We visited areas of the city that we probably would not have found on our own. I can highly recommend this tour...
Dheller606, TripAdvisor: We took the street food tour and experienced Mexico City in a way that we never would have been able to on our own...
Lousie G, TripAdvisor: For four hours I learn a lot about Mexican gastronomy and tried a wide range of very delicious and flavoursome food...
GIVING BACK TO THE COMMUNITY
Eat Mexico donates a portion of our yearly profits to Mexican organizations working to fight hunger, empower women entrepreneurs, and care for at-risk Mexico City youth. Here’s a small selection of some of the organizations to which we’ve donated.
EAT MEXICO THE COOKBOOK
Written by Eat Mexico founder Lesley Téllez, Eat Mexico the cookbook encapsulates everything we love about Mexico City street food. Lesley, a journalist and former Mexican food blogger, shares classic recipes from local street stands, city markets, and small homestyle fondas...