Cafe Del Professor Pitagoras

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 7 reviews )

Calle 37 and Calle 40, Valladolid, Mexico

Vegetarian coffee shop that serves organic kombucha, espresso based drinks, teas and coffees, falafel, tabouli, quiche, baguette, other light fares, and desserts, some of which are vegan and others that could possibly be made vegan. Most desserts are not vegan. Also sells organic herb tinctures and organic aloe juice as well as an assortment of artisan bread and products of the region. Open Mon-Sat 8:00am-8:00pm.

Categories: Lacto, Ovo, Organic, Bakery

7 Reviews

First Review by SweetLeannaZ

YUM - Edit

This place is awesome! The atmosphere is unique and relaxing. A lot of the vegetarian items can be made vegan. I had the falafel and vegetable quesadillas-- delicious!! I ordered 2 cucumber mint lemon juices; soooo goooood. The service was also really great. Good Job Professor Pitágoras! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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delicious - Edit

Nice little place in Valladolid!

The Staff is very friendly and mix the dishes so you can eat what you like!

Cute interior so you can feel very comfortable.

Special recommendation: Hummus!!

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Lovely place - Edit

It was a breath of fresh air to find a fully vegetarian cafe in Valladolid! It has a nice atmosphere and the owner is friendly. We had veggie burgers which were made vegan for us. They were very tasty. It's slightly more expensive than other cafe options, but worth it. We'll definitely be going back there during our stay!

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Laughable Portion Sizes! - Edit

Lovely place, delicious cakes, nice lady...ridiculously small portions! We had the veggie lasagne and up came a miniature rectangle of cheesy slop (tasty enough, nothing special) with nothing. Not a shred of salad, bread, nothing. We ate it in literally 2 minutes, left hungry and a hefty 110 pesos per portion lighter. Gigantic disappointment.

Pros: nice ambience

Cons: portion size, price

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Not bad but not interesting either - Edit

It's one of these little cosy places where you can eat something small, drink a coffee, surf on the internet or read some book. Unfortunately coffee isn't really good (which is a problem in many places in Valladolid) and the dishes even if cheap are so small that can only serve you as an appetizer. Still most of these starters are pretty good, owner is quite kind even if she doesn't speak too much English. You can skip this place without worries but if you don't, probably you won't be much disappointed either.

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Amazing food! - Edit

We loved this place its beautifully decorated and has a chilled out relaxed vibe. We had gorgeous food and want to go back! Definitely recommend going here. The food was delicious, good service and had our first latte with soya in Mexico! We had the hummus and pita, quiche and falafel all delicious and felt the portion size was fine we had the hummus as a sort of side though. Great value too.

Updated from previous review on 2017-01-11

Pros: Excellent value

Cons: None

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Delightful tastes - Edit

This is a quaint and cozy little restaurant located outside the centro. The lady who owns and runs the restaurant is Italian and that is apparent in her cooking. She was able to offer me a vegan lasagna which was not on the menu but the special of the day. When the plate arrived, the food didn't look too appetizing but I was totally wrong. Very delicious zucchini lasagna with sauce reminiscent of classic Italian cooking. Unfortunately, the portion size was small and I ordered the hummus starter to fill me up. The hummus itself was dry but very well flavoured and the pita that accompanied complimented the hummus well. I also had a cappuccino made with some sort of vegan milk (lost in translation) and it was honestly the best coffee I've had while in Mexico. I really liked this restaurant but the pricing versus portion size put me back a little.

Pros: Home cooking, Vegan options, Great cappuccino

Cons: Pricey for portion size

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