“Sinaloa is a cornucopia,” writes Tyrone Burke in the Winter 2015 issue of Canadian Geographic Travel. The state of Sinaloa sits on the northwest coast of Mexico, and Mazatlán is a foodie’s dream. Small-scale fishermen sell to restaurateurs on city beaches, and markets overflow with local produce.
During his culinary tour of southern Sinaloa, Burke dined at Alfredo Gomez Rubio’s restaurant Pedro y Lola. “Of everything we serve,” Gomez Rubio told him, “I’d say that more than 90 per cent of it comes from right here in Sinaloa.”
See the photos below to get a sense of Sinaloa’s special character. For more mouth-watering details, pick up the Winter 2015 issue of Canadian Geographic Travel.