Gastronomic Traditions: MUNCHIES Guide to Mexico (Part 4)


A conurbated area is a space where two or more urban areas converge to become one. There is probably no more complex, chaotic and entangled conurbated area in the world such as that of Mexico City and the municipalities of the State of Mexico. In this episode, we enter some of the most distant metropolitan spaces in the center of Mexico City to discover what years of border conglomeration has brought to the country's gastronomic scene. We will discover the large amaranth fields between Chalco and Tláhuac, we will taste the extraordinary huge appetizers of Ciudad Neza and discover how the new Mexico City National Airport can finish with some of the oldest gastronomic traditions of Texcoco. Subscribe to Munchies here: Check out for more! Follow Munchies here: Facebook: Twitter: Tumblr: Instagram: Pinterest: Foursquare: More videos from the VICE network: