10 Mexican Street Foods You’re Missing Out On

Mexican Street Foods
Mexico is a haven for food junkies who love to try something new and preferably spicy. With over 50 percent of the Mexican population eating street food at least weekly, this isn’t just a traveler oriented market. Locals love their street food as much as the next person. Here are some street foods you should definitely sample on a trip to Mexico.

1. Tacos

Mexico City has become known for this seasoned, spit-roasted pork that was brought to the country by Lebanese immigrants and is now served into the wee hours across the city. Watch chefs masterfully shave meat and pineapple into tiny corn tortillas, then add your own onions, cilantro and salsas. El Vilsito, an auto-repair shop by day and taquería by night, and El Borrego Viudo are two lively late-night spots serving excellent al pastor.