Traditional foods of Morelia
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If you are thinking about visiting this gorgeous city but you think that you won’t find food, you are completely wrong. There is a lot of food in Morelia. Morelia is one of the cities that has too many places where you can go to eat. Morelia’s food is so delicious and different from the other foods that you have eaten before.

One place that comes immediately to my mind is El Colibri restaurant (located in El Centro just off of Francisco Madero). El Colibri has a live band that plays both local music and soft rock as well as a show called El Baile de los Viejitos (The Dance of the Little Old Men), a delightful presentation and musical score.

Maybe it is just me hyping the place up because I’ve been there so many times in the past and it has been awesome. At any rate, I still recommend checking it out. It feels like a really good place to plan something really exciting.


If you want me to recommend a delicious food to you, I would encourage you to eat enchiladas. Enchiladas are a traditional food of the Mexican culture. I love the flavor of enchiladas and also the smell. This is one of my favorite Mexican foods.
Red Chicken Fajita Enchiladas
Red Chicken Fajita Enchiladas
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Red Cheese Enchiladas
Red Cheese Enchiladas
Wow this food really looks delicious!!
Red Cheese Enchiladas
Red Cheese Enchiladas

If you haven’t been here then go. Quit your job; leave your wife, kids, husband, nanny, senator, cousin, dog, bird. This city has a lot of delicious food. Come on! Don’t be wasting your time anymore and come to taste this food.

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If I were in Morelia right now, I would stop at a local bakery and buy rolls, bolillos (small loaves of bread), and/or galletas (large cookies) for breakfast on my way to school. Then, I would eat sandwiches and fruit at my school’s snack bar for lunch. For supper, I would either eat at a local café or buy groceries. My favorite item at the cafés was milanesa, a thinly sliced beefsteak, chopped up and mixed with fresh avocado and eaten with tortillas. Or, I would have milanesa sandwiches and other local dishes.
I hope you are planning on visiting this gorgeous and marvelous city.
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