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Review: When we heard about Cefe DiCocoa we were very excited as that part of southern maine does not have alot of vegetarian options. We drove about 40 minutes and what we found was a small country style bakery with a few tables for lunch. The cafe offers a large variety of baked goodies as well as a few daily hot entrees, some standard wraps, and home-made salads. It is open until 3 on weekdays and 4 on sunday. In all honesty this is the kind of place which would never last in a big city, but is important for vegetarians and healthy eaters from around a small town like Bethel. The place seemed well frequented as patrons walked in and out pretty regularly throughout the time we were there. The best thing we tried was the spring rolls, while the worst was the "Asian" tofu salad, Which was ridiculously mislabeled as it only had 3 miniature bits of tofu in it, (also besides the microsopic amount of tofu, there was absolutely nothing asian about the salad). We also tried the marinara basil pizza which was pleasant, but not great. The Tortellini salad was well made and quite tasty, yet the mexican wrap was subpar. All the food was fairly inexpensive as it came to under 20 dollars for a meal for two including multiple appetizers. I would recommend if you live within 20 minutes of Cafe Dicocoa, that you should definitely check it out, but if you have to drive a half hour or more, I would recommed staying at home and cooking in your own vege kitchen.