Today I woke up on my bed with my comfy duvet, showered, made bacon, eggs, and toast for breakfast, got on the TTC, and stopped by Starbucks before going to the office.
I’ve always known Mexico to be a country popular for its delicious culinary creations, especially the ones made by the locals and sold on the side of the street (aka street food!). Coming from Indonesia, this is not a foreign concept to me.
I mean, my lunches throughout my elementary school years came from a mobile meatball vendor and my snacks came from a makeshift street-side stall in the form of mini packets of dried noodle (Anak Mas!). So, when I saw the street food along the streets of Mexico, I felt right at home and was ready to dive deep into their world.
Below are some photos I took throughout my time there along with the description of what they are:
I didn’t eat my way through the city, but next time I go back, I know what I’m going to do!
Do you like street food? In your opinion, which country has the best street food?