We had breakfast/brunch on a Sunday and it was hard to get a seat. Most other places were not open. I had the apple French toast and it was pretty tasty. I wouldn't say this place is very vegan friendly though. I asked for agave nectar for syrup instead of the honey and they said they didn't have any. They did say they could give me vegan mozzarella instead of the mascarpone but it wasn't very tasty vegan cheese. They also only had 1 vegan option in the bakery (out of about 10 different options). I will say that the French toast was good but the place is not that vegan friendly, at least in my opinion. The place has very nice ambiance and the waitress did speak English after she noticed we were struggling in Spanish. I also didn't find it very inexpensive as it is categorized here on happy cow. I paid 65 pesos for the French toast and another 25 for the juice (which even though it says free refills on here, they did not offer free refills). I would consider this place more moderate price than inexpensive.
Cons: Limited Vegan options, More moderate prices than inexpensive