Churrería El Moro

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Churrería El Moro

El Moro specializes in churros, which is an elongated fried pastry that originated in Spain. They’re often served warm, doused in sugar (and/or cinnamon), and are typically accompanied by hot chocolate.

El Moro is a local chain — and this is not the original location, but a more recently opened branch just a couple of blocks west of the U.S. Embassy and El Angel (on Reforma).

There are two reasons to come here with kids — the churros and the hot chocolate (of which there are at least 5 different varieties, differing in thickness, sweetness, and additions).

Costs are reasonable — with an order of 4 churros (easily split between 2 kids or adults) for 20 pesos, and hot chocolate running at 55 pesos per taza. You can purchase a small cup of cajeta (caramel), chocolate, or leche condesada to dip your churros into for just 7 pesos. It’s slightly cheaper to purchase a paquete that consists of 1 order of churros and 1 hot chocolate (72 pesos).

Find the original location in Centro Historico, as well as other branches in Condesa, Roma, and Polanco (El Palacio de Hierro).


Type of cuisine: Mexican, Spanish
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Colonia Cuauhtemoc
06500 Mexico City, Mexico

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