Entre Tierras, Puebla


⏰ 08:00 - 17:3012:00 - 22:3012:00 - 23:3012:00 - 23:30

πŸ’΅ MX$7,289 - MX$15,620

🌏 Calle 4 Norte # 410 4 Norte #410, Puebla 72000 Mexico (View map)

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For meals

Dinner, Breakfast, Lunch, Brunch, Drinks

Special diet

Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options, Gluten Free Options

About us

At our artisanal kitchen, the essential flavors are turned into new forms that keep their roots in the ancestral Mexico, with the best possible that our land can provide us. This is Entre Tierras, a place where the farmers can bring their produce, because they know it will be appreciated. Our chefs are the trustees that in an act of passion transform into vibrant dishes that speak about the love for our Mexican Cuisine. Our patrons come, not only for the pleasure to enjoy our food, but because they know that behind each of our dishes are the producers and cooks that love and respect our philosophy. That’s the reason they come over, to celebrate the pleasure of eating. In our traditional mexican cuisine you will find a variety of dishes and desserts created especially for you, with careful hand we rescue the best fruits with ancestral stories and unique benefits of our land. By retaining the secret achieving a stronger tradition of alchemy of flavors, textures, aromas, that challenge what is already known caring nutritional values. The opportunity to experience "slow food " in one of their best releases.
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Sandy S
πŸ‘† Web ⏳ 20-09-2021

Good and unpretentious contemporary takes on Puebla food

Arriving at 1:35, we were the first patrons. Inside the 19th Century building, the restaurant boasted an airy contemporary dΓ©cor, with white walls and bunches of herbs spiraling down from ceiling fixtures. Photo posters promoted chile en nogada, but I had my heart set on trying other dishes. Our server directed us to a QR code posted on the table, saying that we could use it to access the menu via our phone. We’d never used these now-common squiggles, but Charles figured out how as we sat awaiting our meal – lamb meatballs (albondigas) in a medium hot sauce for me and chicken breast in mole de la novia (pinion-based β€œsweetheart mole”) for Charles. The polished service included our waiter draping our napkins across our laps and an amuse bouche consisting of a little slice of baguette topped with cojita cheese and apple jam. The food was tasty and well-presented. My frozen margarita was strong enough that I didn’t risk a second.
Linda R
πŸ‘† Web ⏳ 22-02-2020

Manager, Ambos Tours, Nogales Arizona

Part of our tour spent the morning touring in the area. We had read the reviews about this restaurant so we went. Although we were the only people in the place, it was early for lunch in Puebla. Our waiter, Angel, was a delight, very attentive, an artist with a cesar salad. All of us very much enjoyed our lunch and give them 5 stars!
πŸ‘† Web ⏳ 19-08-2019

A lovely place to dine!

The food here was delicious - a more sophisticated balancing of spice and sweetness than at other restaurants we ate at in Puebla, and a respectful tweaking of traditional recipes. The service was prompt, attentive and friendly. We especially enjoyed the tres moles dish, which included a mole de novia sauce that was new to us.
πŸ‘† Mobile ⏳ 08-06-2019

This is the place for Foodies in Puebla

Came to this restaurant because I had heard about the dishes with HUITLACOCHE which I really wanted to try. Arrived at 6:15pm and sadly, much like most restaurants in Puebla these days, the beautiful dinning rooms were without patrons. Do not take this as a sign of a problem with the restaurants; it is a sign of the Mexican economy, fear of travel to Mexico and results of the current US President’s actions. In any event, there are two dinning rooms, the first one is less formal and only had tables for 5 or more, but has a beautiful carved wood alter and is inviting. We chose to go ahead and sit at large table in the informal dinners area. Wait staff was attentive and while I was attempting to improve my Spanish, I did ask for an English menu and the had them. Also the staff were happy to explain ingredients we had not heard of such as an edible semi-succulent leaf that accompanied 2 of my 3 dishes. The meal started with an amuse-bouche of the day, which was like tiny empanada. We requested margaritas mas fuerte and were happy we did. The next dish we both order was the both beautiful and tasty Tayuda ItsmeΓ±a. This dish is substantial enough to constitute a whole meal! My second dish was the salmon tartar which was delicious and equally beautiful. The salmon flavor was a bit overpowered, but I loved the sweet flavors of the mango sauce and passion fruit intertwined with the raw red onions and cabbage strips. For mains I had the chicken breast and my friends dined on the filet fillet mignon both dishes had HUITLACOCHE as an ingredient and both were delicious! The deserts were very interesting. My dinner companion enjoyed a sponge cake made with special leaves that was presented with crystalized parsley and arranged to look like trees in a terrarium. As for price, this is the most expensive restaurant I have been to in my week of dining in Puebla, however my (1person) total bill for 3 courses, a margarita and a still-water was $26.50 which is less than a main course alone in a less nice restaurant in California. If you want a fine dinner or are a foodie this is your place.
πŸ‘† Mobile ⏳ 29-04-2019

Slow food at its Best

I had not had Ceasars Salad prepared at my table for a long while and it was excellent. The cemita sandwich was great, the Tuna Tartar un avocado delicious, and the Duck, PekΓ­n Style, though not done in the traditional Chinese style was well executed. Daniel our host was simply outstanding
πŸ‘† Mobile ⏳ 13-04-2019

Gourmet Mexican at the top

Excellent service, presentation, atmosphere and food. Entre Tierras is a MUST if you visit Puebla. This is not a classic Mexican restaurant, this is two steps higher in the correct direction.

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