At Taqueria Puebla we obtain and celebrate the best Mexican ingredients to create dishes that reflect the fresh and bright flavors of Puebla cuisine through our memories of Mexico.

For us, cooking is a way of giving something away, an act of affection for those who visit us.

Taqueria Puebla is more than a Taqueria, it is tradition, it is family, it is friends. It is a kitchen made of memories, with a census of making people happy by offering them hospitality, a sense of detail and inspiration, it is soul, and we want to share it with you through each dish.

Taqueria Puebla “More Than a Taco”

Our Story

It Started with Three Sisters

Soco, Adrian, Blanca and Rosa

Three sisters from Puebla, a small town near Mexico City have opened the newest Taqueria in Mukilteo! Blanca, Rosa & Soco are bringing recipes handed down from generations to the Mexican food lovers of Snohomish county. 

Keeping the tradition alive of learning from in-Laws, Executive Chef Adrian Ramirez of Red Cork Bistro & Catering is Blanca & Rosa’s, Brother-in-Law.

Chef Adrian had the idea of opening a Mexican restaurant. He wanted the Menu to showcase the flavors of Puebla. He proposed the idea to Rosa, Blanca & Soco. They loved it! Adrian taught them the business side of running a restaurant and they all shared their family recipes to create a delicious menu true to their hometown of Puebla.

 Their vision came to life on May 1st, 2019, when they opened Taqueria Puebla for business in Lynnwood. Recently, they moved the Taqueria to Mukilteo in a beautifully renovated location next to the Red Cork Bistro. The new location features art created in the traditions of the designs found in Puebla.

Taqueria Puebla brings you real house-made Mexican recipes. From the Al Pastor, a recipe passed down from their grandfather, the authentic Mole Poblano & the Chile Rellenos, a recipe from their mother. You will feel the love put into their food from here to Puebla!

In addition, they have brought back the ever-popular Salsa bar!