We headed to the Coyoacan Market for breakfast. This stall is Trinidad Ritual de Sabores. I heard their tacos are really good but went for the chilaquiles instead.
A cup of chocolate, the cup is so cute. Personally I prefer the chocolate thicker with milk.
The chilaquiles with Barbacoa de Picanha is really good though. For those unfamiliar, chilaquiles are a traditional Mexican breakfast dish made from lightly fried corn tortillas cut into quarters and topped with green or red salsa. The magic of this dish was in the barbacoa de picanha – a tender, flavorful beef cut, popular in Brazilian cuisine but given a Mexican twist. The brown sauce is the Encacahuatada sauce. This unique sauce, made from peanuts, added a creamy, nutty flavor that perfectly complemented the spicy, tangy elements of the dish. The Encacahuatada sauce tastes a little like satay sauce.
It’s right in Mercado de Coyoacán (Coyoacan Market) and the food’s really good!
Location of Trinidad Ritual de Sabores:
Ignacio Allende s/n-Local 123-125, Del Carmen, Coyoacán, 04100 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico