Chorizo omelet and tacos from La Chata, a local favorite. There are typically lines out the door, so I recommend visiting in between normal meal hours.
An assortment of fried tacos. My favorite was the potato taco… CARBS.
Pretty fruit plate at Chai for breakfast.
The complimentary bread for a table of six.
Waffles and huevos rancheros sin queso.
Pollo in a curry-like sauce at La Gorda, a local chain restaurant.
Fresh corn tortillas.
A quick American bite at the hotel before the wedding.
The bride and groom hosted a breakfast at the hotel the morning after the wedding. After dancing and drinking all night, and partially into the morning, this was a much-anticipated event. Thank you, Karla y Gerardo for having us!
Just outside of the historical district of the city, we discovered an amazingly authentic and delicious Italian restaurant in the more “hip” part of town (streets full of American-style bar and grill restaurants). Restaurant Italia Mia had the most delicious pasta and most hospitable staff. If you have a chance to visit the area, I highly recommend this restaurant.
The most beautiful spaghetti marinara in all the land.
Last, but not least, after finding Restaurant Italia Mia the night before, I felt inspired. Without expecting much, I started my search for Korean food in Guadalajara, and to my surprise, we found a pretty authentic little restaurant, Gami, about a mile and a half outside of the central historical district. I ordered my beloved Soon DuBu and though I wasn’t blown away, I was still impressed that I was eating Soon DuBu in Guadalajara. Mexico.