La Morada

308 Willis Ave. Bronx, N.Y. 10454

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  • The Absolute Best Mole Poblano in New York

  • "For pure breadth of mole, this delightful and cozy Oaxacan spot in the Bronx cannot be beat: It offers no fewer than six varieties, from verde (with jalapeños and herbs) to negro (named for the dark-skinned, narrow chile known as pasilla). "
  • La Morada, a Crucible of Resistance

  • Search TABLES FOR TWOOCTOBER 2, 2017 La Morada, a Crucible of Resistance As the South Bronx faces developers and downtown execs, this Oaxacan restaurant offers education, community, and excellent mole. La Morada | 308 Willis Ave., at 140th St., the Bronx | 718-292-0235 By Nicolas Niarchos Photograph by Dolly Faibyshev for The New Yorker The first thing to say about this little Oaxacan restaurant in the South Bronx is that the food is excellent.
  • La Morada has stellar Oaxacan fare in Mott Haven section of the Bronx

  • From the outside, La Morada is forgettable, a standard storefront on a midrise Mott Haven block. But you don't eat exteriors — you eat food. And La Morada has some of the best Mexican dishes in the city.
  • Mole Oaxaqueño

  • There are many reasons to visit the family-run La Morada in the South Bronx. One is Natalia Mendez and Antonio Saavedra’s rare and delicious mole blanco, a ghostly white mole made from a base of almonds, peanuts, and pine nuts (not all mole involves chocolate).

The Absolute Best Mole Poblano in New York

"For pure breadth of mole, this delightful and cozy Oaxacan spot in the Bronx cannot be beat: It offers no fewer than six varieties, from verde (with jalapeños and herbs) to negro (named for the dark-skinned, narrow chile known as pasilla). " Grub Street

La Morada, a Crucible of Resistance

Search TABLES FOR TWOOCTOBER 2, 2017 La Morada, a Crucible of Resistance As the South Bronx faces developers and downtown execs, this Oaxacan restaurant offers education, community, and excellent mole. La Morada | 308 Willis Ave., at 140th St., the Bronx | 718-292-0235 By Nicolas Niarchos Photograph by Dolly Faibyshev for The New Yorker The first thing to say about this little Oaxacan restaurant in the South Bronx is that the food is excellent. The New Yorker

La Morada has stellar Oaxacan fare in Mott Haven section of the Bronx

From the outside, La Morada is forgettable, a standard storefront on a midrise Mott Haven block. But you don't eat exteriors — you eat food. And La Morada has some of the best Mexican dishes in the city. Daily News

Mole Oaxaqueño

There are many reasons to visit the family-run La Morada in the South Bronx. One is Natalia Mendez and Antonio Saavedra’s rare and delicious mole blanco, a ghostly white mole made from a base of almonds, peanuts, and pine nuts (not all mole involves chocolate). Bloomberg

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Monday, 10:30am - 8:30pm

Tuesday, 10:30am - 8:30pm

Wednesday, 10:30am - 8:30pm

Thursday, 10:30am - 8:30pm

Friday, 10:30am - 8:30pm

Saturday, 10:30am - 8:30pm

Sunday, Closed

308 Willis Ave.
Bronx, New York 10454

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