Mexican Restaurants are becoming increasingly popular throughout the world. What led to this increase in diners?
Attracted by relatively low fares, great weather, friendly locals, a great party environment and good food and drink, British holiday makers have flocked to this Central American nation in recent years for their annual2-week sun pilgrimage.
This would be their first immersion of Mexican cuisine and the tasty food for all of these Gringos that is a staple of Mexican way of life. Many don’t like the spicy food well, but obviously many, many more are washed away.
Mexican travelers are not the only ones susceptible to this cuisine. The USA has been revelling in the delights of the food for a vast deal of years. Mexican immigrants make up a significant percentage of the American population, especially in California. After reaching the frontier, they took with them Mexican delights that a significant number of Americans consume daily. To see the effect, you can only look at the amount of Taco Bell’s fluttered across the world. Taco Bell has been deformed from the conventional version of Mexican cuisine to best suit the typical American palette but in its essence it is undoubtedly Mexican.
Such travelers also return with an insatiable hunger for food and restaurants to meet these people’s needs, popping up throughout the capital and the rest of the country.
These restaurants are all quite special, each offering its own version of typical Mexican foods, utilizing all the simple ingredients including Tortillas, Frijoles, Chile, Guacamole and Salsa. Need anything to wash down with all that good food? Contact the waiter to inquire for a Cerveza (Spanish-Mexico’s language and several other countries in Latin America-for Beer).
Fajitas-Sizzling Dishes made with Sweet Peppers, Onions, Mushrooms, Garlic Olive Oil & freshly chopped Coriander are the staple dishes contained in these Mexican Restaurants. Serve with Homemade Guacamole, Salsa Mexicana, Sour Cream, Grated Cheese & Hot Flour Tortillas; Burritos–Flour Tortilla Cones, either packed with Spicy Beef or Chicken, topped with Salad Garnish, Salsa and Sour Cream.