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Eating in the beef hall at Mercado 20 de Noviembre is highly suggested online. A friend even gave us a name of a place to get our meat from: Nancy. However, we had a very poor experience. First, they gave us a price but charged...More
This is a must visit. Entering can be a bit intimidating with the narrow and crowded alley, covered in smoke and people calling you to eat at their stalls. But there is a whole lot more beyond the entrance and the market offers a wide...More
Omg the plaxe itself ita magic, when you are coming inside the building you get the smoke grill flavor, while youbare walking through its like a dream you only see smoke coming from grilling and good those smells makes you starve so bad. Its a...More
Mercado 20 de Noviembre was a busy but fun place to get cheap street food. While it can get overwhelming with every vendor shoving a menu in your face, it was a great place to try lot of Oaxacan snacks like tlayudas (like a Oaxacan...More
This place has tons of traditional options and though it is busiest during afternoons, they open around 830-9 for breakfast and close around 9:30 pm. Good place for cheap eats— see review on TIPS on Oaxaca in forums. It’s next to Mercado de Benito Juarez...More
The alley for grilled meats is part of this experience. It is very smokey and not ventilated at all. and vendors hawking all sorts of souvenirs bother you while eating. This is for the experience and not for food. The meats were bland and you...More
This market was great for getting some cheap, tasty local food. In particular, the "calle de carne" which is just an alley full of stalls smoking and grilling all sorts of meat. This is a perfect place to try some Oaxacan chorizo, it's very different...More
We were a little hesitant to venture into this smokey tunnel as we thought something was on fire and expected the fire department to show up, but we were delighted to find it was a narrow hall of grills fired up to cook all sorts...More
Had heard about the Meat Street in this market and it didn't disappoint. You walk by , select a vendor, order a half a kilo or more, or less of the meats you want. Then they throw them on the grill and by the time...More
hello , I would say yes it is open 7 days a week , from probably 07:00 am till evening time , we went in the late afternoon , early evening and it was still very busy with locals being local produce and earning in the... More
hello , I would say yes it is open 7 days a week , from probably 07:00 am till evening time , we went in the late afternoon , early evening and it was still very busy with locals being local produce and earning in the various food stalls .
As it supplies local ingredients for house wives , I would safely say you will not be disappointed ...