We’ve walked by this guy making churros over a dozen times and never pulled the trigger but, after a nice dinner with our friends from SV Ingenium, we stopped instead of passing him by and we’re so glad we did! We all just kind of went bonkers after the first bite.
He’s on Calle Langosta, next to the Kiosko, and he’s there in the evenings until 10pm, every day of the week, I believe. Churros are a legitimately good reason to visit La Cruz!
We’ve been in Ensenada for almost two weeks. We’ve explored the downtown, ate seafood tostadas from a food cart, drank margaritas at Hussong’s, had fantastic coffee, explored the markets, and stopped for made to order ceviche (more than once).
We are loving the food here in Mexico, and this is only our first stop. Reading my Latin American cookbook, Gran Cocina Latina, and walking around the markets, a seemingly endless realm of possibilities are opening up. I’m picturing cooking with a variety of beans I’ve never seen before much less eaten. And let’s not forget about making fresh salsas. I’m getting hungry just thinking about it!
Seems like all we’re doing is eating, but that’s ok with us!
Ceviche at La Concheria
Mariachi at Hussong’s
Margaritas at Hussong’s
We’ve arrived in Mexico!
Abalone pasta at La Concheria. Incredibly delicious.
Francisco and Alonso at Barra de Cafe