Mexican cuisine is a complex mixture of the traditions of the original inhabitants (mainly Aztecs, but also Maya and other Native American ethnic groups) with the culinary trends brought by the Spanish conquerors. Pre-Columbian indigenous food include chocolate, maize, tomato, vanilla. The food varies according to the region, depending on the original population, and the influence by Spaniards and others, to which such regions were exposed. For example, the north of Mexico is known for its beef production and meat dishes, while southeastern Mexico is known for its spicy vegetable and chicken-based dishes. Traditional Mexican food includes tortillas, mole, guacamole, tacos, quesadillas, tamales, enchiladas and tostadas.
Our guide lists some of the Mexican restaurants in Cuba. In those restaurants you could enjoy Mexican cuisine.