Known as a city built by immigrants from all over Mexico and the world, Tijuana is home to colors, flavors, languages and millions of different faces that coexist day by day. With food being one of the most important things in the city, the culinary tour Meals of Migrants aims to promote this part to Americans who have not had the opportunity to visit the city because of the prejudices about it.
The tour will be in Tijuana and will explore the immigrant communities that reside here through their typical dishes.
The journey will start at the oldest Chinese restaurant in the city, Royal Palace, then the Fondita del Centro, where they sell poul fri and diri kole (fried chicken, beans and rice) or the famous Haitian chicken the community of Haiti brought to Tijuana last year, and finally Chan's Cuisine, a gourmet restaurant that fuses Chinese and Mexican food.
This adventure will take place on November 18 at 11:00 am, and includes transportation to Tijuana from the United States, food, and details of the history of each community.