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Las Rellenas de la 60: A culinary fresh delight in Merida

by Sofia Navarro
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Merida, the vibrant capital city of the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico, is renowned for its rich cultural heritage, colonial architecture, and, of course, its delectable cuisine. Among the myriad of gastronomic delights that Merida has to offer, one standout experience not to be missed is indulging in the mouthwatering treats known as “Las Rellenas de la 60”. Nestled in the heart of the city, this culinary gem is a must-visit destination for food enthusiasts and anyone seeking an authentic taste of Yucatecan flavors.

Las Rellenas de la 60 holds a special place in the hearts of Merida locals. It has become a beloved “paletería”. It takes its name from its location on Calle 60, a bustling street known for its vibrant atmosphere and diverse culinary offerings. Over the years, Las Rellenas de la 60 has earned a reputation for their exceptional and unforgettable taste, quality, warm hospitality, and its ability to capture the essence Yucatan’s exquisite fruits.

Their aim is to promote the natural ingredients of the region in a completely fresh and authentic manner. The primary store is situated on 60th Street, just a short distance from Santa Ana Park in the historic center, providing a truly distinctive environment. They have a variety of vibrant areas where you can indulge in their popsicles, accompanied by a delightful and serene garden.

With over 70 flavors to choose from, their specialty lies in their assortment of filled popsicles. They utilize customary local ingredients and fruits, including combinations like lime with habanero, pitahaya filled with chamoy, queso de bola filled with Nutella or condensed milk, pineapple with chaya, tauch or black sapote, soursop, passion fruit, mamey, Yucatecan chocolate filled with mint or coconut filled with chocolate, among many others.

You can discover their popsicle carts stationed along Paseo de Montejo, a point of sale at the City Center shopping plaza, and even two vans that traverse various parks and locations in the city, offering their delectable flavors. Their popsicles are thoughtfully wrapped in paper, eschewing the use of plastic. They have managed to reduce sugar content by up to 70% and refrain from incorporating artificial colorings or flavorings. Above all, their dedication to crafting their products with love stems from their ideology that “it’s what’s inside that counts.”

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