• Raices

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Juice bar
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Mexican
Gluten-free
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Serves meat, vegan options available. Mexican and Oaxacan food with open terrace overlooking Santo Domingo church. Offers vegan enchiladas, salads, soups and more. Open Mon-Tue 7:30am-9:30pm, Wed 7:30am-8:00pm, Thu-Sat 7:30am-9:30pm, Sun 7:30am-8:00pm. Food service stops at 8 some days.


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5 Reviews

First Review by m@earthville

BeLicious

Points +152

Vegetarian
06 May 2021

The terrace was better than the food

There's something about getting room temperature food (beans and tortilla) when the food should seem like it was freshly cooked that turned me off. It was a slow month for them I'm sure (during co-vid) but it just doesn't even seem very healthy to leave food out all day and then serve it.

Pros: beautiful

Cons: who knows how long those beans had been sitting ou

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Corazonfin

Points +22

Vegan
06 Mar 2020

Really good mole and nice staff

I had vegan enchiladas with mole, the filling could have been a bit lighter but the mole was delicious. The place is really cosy with a good view and the staff is friendly so it was a nice experience.

tommyb

Points +45

Vegan
05 Mar 2020

Tasty vegan options

Fresh and tasty, staff happy to make things vegan. Pleasant atmosphere and a great view from the patio setting. Feb 2020.

Natalio

Points +48

Vegan
08 Feb 2020

Very Delicious food!

Delicious vegan and vegetarian options with a great view

Pros: Delicious vegan and vegetarian options, Great view, Nice people

m@earthville

Points +8543

Vegan
25 Dec 2019

Good option when the veg places are closed

I had lunch at Raices on a holiday when all the veg*n places in the area were closed (because it’s a hotel restaurant, it stays open).

I very much enjoyed the breezy terrace and its fine views of the cathedral and the mountains.

The menu includes several items that can be veganized by asking them to hold the dairy (“sin queso, sin crema”), including enchiladas, a chile relleno, and a tlayuda.

The enchiladas were tasty, especially after adding a sprinkle of salt.

Service was good and English is spoken.

Cons: Serves meat




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