Hull is a superb destination for a weekend city-break, with plenty to see and do. Families love The Deep aquarium, photographers flock to snap The Humber Bridge and retail fans love the fantastic shopping. Hull was once synonymous with traditional British food and it's fish 'n chips in particular, but today it boasts a food scene with a huge array of cuisines to choose from. For example, when you're in Hull, the Mexican restaurants are certainly worth a try.
Visitors to the Mexican restaurants in Hull delight in finding high-quality dishes on the menu and mouth-watering food that suits all tastes and appetites. Tortillas, sizzling fajitas, spicy enchiladas and stacks of nachos smothered in cheese, salsa and chilli are well-known, but you'll also find flavoursome fish stews, hearty soups and crisp, fresh salads to enjoy. Popping in a for a sweet daytime snack? Look out for the famous churros, which are fried pastry dough treats, sprinkled with cinnamon sugar and served hot with chocolate dipping sauce.
The cuisine served at Hull's Mexican restaurants is based on a culinary tradition that dates back 9000 years. It incorporates diverse influences from the Mayan, Spanish and Aztec empires, and has huge regional variation. Keep an eye out for chiles en nogada, or chicken served cold in a walnut and spicy sauce flavoured with chillies and pomegranate. You'll also find exciting drinks at the Mexican restaurants in Hull, with classics like margaritas and Mexican hot chocolates, which are incredibly rich, dark and brimming with spices and chilli.
The city centre is a great starting point for discovering Hull's Mexican restaurants, as well as Hull Marina, Princes Dock Street and Princes or Newland Avenues. You'll see restaurants with exciting and colourful interiors, comfy seats and cosy booths, and some even have outdoor dining and terrace areas and sweeping windows where you can watch the hustle and the bustle of the harbour and city activities below. Just remember to book in advance for the perfect meal out.