Here’s What a Costco Food Court Looks Like in Mexico

published Jul 20, 2018
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What would you add jalapeños to, if you could add jalapeños to anything in the Costco food court? That’s not a hypothetical question at this Costco in Mexico, where the toppings bar in the food court has dispensers full of free jalapeños, and you can have as many as you can handle.

This essential information comes from the Costco forum of Reddit, where a user going by RegularNormalGuy82 shared a photo of a food court in Mexico, where in addition to the famous Costco hot dog deal you can also find mango smoothies, apple strudel, cannelloni, and “all the jalapeños your mouth desires.”

Several people noticed that the picture of the hot dog deal showed a quarter-pound dog covered in onions and what looked like a ton of jalapeños. And that’s just the beginning.

“The dispenser that we get with onion in the U.S. is topped with jalapeños down here,” RegularNormalGuy82 wrote. “Crazy stuff.”

The food court also still has the beloved berry sundae and chicken Caesar salad, and it also has cannelloni filled with beef and spinach, chicken bakes, a chicken and provolone sandwich, apple strudel, churros, Hawaiian pizza, and a huge pulled pork sandwich for $3.68 that is making me extremely jealous right now.

And you could add jalapeños to all of it, if you wanted. They probably wouldn’t go so well on the berry sundae or the apple strudel, but a sprinkling of jalapeño would clearly be perfect on any of the pizzas. Or the sandwiches. I even have a sneaking suspicion that adding a bit of jalapeño to the mango smoothie would be a good idea.

Of all the cool international dishes in Costco food courts around the world, I think I might envy the jalapeño free-for-all most of all.