Review: Covita serves Fish. No other meats. The menu includes salads, chapati, curries, vegetable wok, pad thai and 3 to for raw things like beefwood carpacchio or zucchini noodles with a wasabi mayonnaise. We went there 3 times. There are 2 chefs and two servers. The girls are really nice and helped out with figuring about vegan foods. Most of it was vegan anyway only the pad thai had fish sauce which they changed to soy sauce. Not complicated at all. As for soups they have a soup of the day. Once miso, other time lentil and also beetroot. They must be influenced by macrobiotics so some time there were not a lot of spices included, but with some gomasio it was perfectly fine. Usually they have a daily meal. Including salad, main dish and a chai. Not sure about dessert but it cost around 35 peso. They have lovely fruit juice too, like a fantastic raspberry drink or water lemon. Dessert wise they had a banana cake with passion fruit ice cream or fruit salad with chestnut cream. Very delicious! Other day chocolate cake with raspberry ice cream. The cake is pretty heavy but as there is not too much sugar in it it's a good finish. Sometimes it may be packed of people so just be prepared to wait a few minutes but the people and especially the ladies there are really nice worth waiting. And don't get in too late. They close at 3 so MAYBE they won't serve you any food after 2.15pm anymore. Located opposite the cathedral so no chance to miss it.