Ruta de los Volcanes, Puebla
Casa Reyna Hotel and Restaurant is a unique concept that brings culinary and talavera pottery masterpieces together. This property fuses baroque with contemporary architecture, and houses an exhibit of beautiful Talavera de la Reyna pottery artwork by internationally recognized Mexican artists.
The worldwide acclaimed Puebla cuisine is a legacy passed on from generation to generation, and the carefully selected recipes prepared at the hotel’s restaurant intertwine ingredients from pre-Hispanic Mexico with those brought from Spain during the viceroyalty, resulting in the creation of culinary landmarks like mole poblano, and a variety of sweets offered in the menu.
Talavera Art Workshop & Poblano Tasting Menu
Have you ever felt the texture and temperature of moist clay? Remember that earthy smell after it rains? It smells like nature, and childhood. This experience will reconnect you with both, using the sensory receptors of your own hands while bringing a 16th century tradition into the present moment. Delve into the fascinating creative process of a Talavera de la Reyna piece from scratch, followed by a glorious menu from Puebla, where past and present, nature and pure joy, all converge.
The tasting menu includes the comforting sopa azteca (traditional grandma soup), a baroque mole tasting paired with Mexican wine (white mole with pulque, green and red pipian and mole poblano), finishing off with a seasonal dessert paired with corn liqueur.