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Taco campechano

Taco campechano from Tacos Don Manolito in Mexico City.

What: A style of taco in which several meats, usually beef and pork (as chicharrón, longaniza, etc.), are combined to delicious effect.

Where: Locals pointed us to the Tacos Don Manolito franchise (multiple locations including Aguayo 49 (at Malintzin), Col. Coyoacán, map), a favorite of young chilangos—look for the big bull in its logo.

When: Daily, 11am-11pm

Order: The taco campechano (19p) here is generously piled with a whole lotta meat: cecina de res (thinly sliced, salted beef), crunchy chicharrón, and longaniza (spicy pork sausage), with salsa morita, caramelized onions, and lime on the side.

Alternatively: Speaking of bulls, Taqueria El Villamelón (Tintoreto 123, map), near the city’s bullring, also does this D.F. favorite.


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