Wondering where to buy your favorite flan or tamales? Or perhaps you're about to make an authentic Latin meal- El Burrito Mercado had what you need- from plantains to tomatillos to chicken feet and chorizos, it's all there and fresh as can be! You can even buy a piñata and freshly made salsas here!
The Burrito Mercado restaurant has on site seating or take the food to go. Sopas, tostadas, fajitas (shrimp fajitas pictured) and so much more. Prices are great and the food is phenomenal! Make sure to get the jalapeños in vinegar as a topping on your meal- it adds just that little hint of spice and flavor!
Brunches, pastries, soups, and sandwiches and so much more is what you'll get when you eat at The Buttered Tin in lowertown Saint Paul. Just a block up from Mears Park it's an easy to find restaurant that is incredibly popular.
Weekends after the farmer's market are a great time to go, but expect to have an hour's wait to be seated. It'll be worth it for the experience.
The short rib reuben, pictured, with flash pickled cucumbers is a favorite. Make sure to grab the siracha sauce for an extra bite of flavor. The homemade twinkles are a must. If you are going for breakfast try the huevos rancheros benedict or the biscuits and gravy.
If you're interested in getting a phenomenal vegetarian meal in St Paul, Foxy Falafel is the place to go.
Foxy Falafel started out as a hit food truck that quickly gained a following that now echoes in the steady crowd of visitors to this little hole in the wall joint off of Raymond Street.
Order your falafels as a salad, sandwich or platter. The falafels come in beet, curry or regular flavors. Not sure which you want? Get all three in your platter or sandwich to get the full effect. Grab the pickle plate or stuffed grape leaves for a tasty appetizer treat!
Note: they do sell gyros and chi ken schwarmas at Foxy, so for the non-vegetarians there is something wonderful for you to eat too!