No longer strictly vegetarian (most dishes still vegetarian, and substitutions possible to make most things vegan), but still (as far as I know) strictly organic.
Tiny little place (three tables) where the owner does the cooking, serving, everything. Fairly large menu considering how tiny the kitchen is. Daily lunch special is 85 pesos and includes soup, bread, and several other dishes, usually rice or beans, salad, casserole, and some sort of drink like cactus flower juice.
Really terrific dishes I've had recently include squash blossom soup, corn soup, curry lentil casserole. Some misses too, like fried banana croquettes.Pros: Delicious, Affordable, Wonderful friendly service
Cons: Tiny, Limited hours (Monday-Friday)