• Vegetariano y Algo Mas

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A vegetarian restaurant has a breakfast menu (chilaquiles, molletes, etc) and a diverse corrida lunch that changes daily (where you pick one or two things from each category of food - soup, stew, salad, drink, etc.) and is served with bread & tostadas. Has vegan options. (Note from HappyCow: If you know of any specific vegan dishes, their website, Facebook page and/or email address, please send us an update - thank you!) Open Mon-Fri 12:30pm-5:00pm. Closed Sat, Sun.

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5 Reviews

First Review by verduras_wey


Points +29

26 Feb 2023

I've been living on it

Been eating here nearly every day for a full year. Obviously, me encanta esta tienda. The menu changes daily but is always delicious, and is as well the most inexpensive plant-based place in town where you can get a meal. Because they know my face they know to remove cheese from my dish (when possible) without me having to ask. Im gonna miss this place when I leave the country next week.



Points +13

16 Jun 2022

Tacos vegetarianos sabrosos

Los tacos de chorizo y pastor de soya están deliciosos

Pros: Tacos de chorizo de soya y pastor soya sabrosos, Jugo verde

Cons: Variedad


Points +50

10 Mar 2022

Great lunch low price

I had 4 tacos and café por 70 pesos. Me gusta tacos al pastor.

Pros: personal amigable, barata

Cons: algunos artículos tienen queso y huevos, Some items have cheese and eggs


Points +513

06 Jan 2022

Cheap tacos!

This place offers vegan pastor and chorizo tacos for only 11 pesos. The tacos were really good and we are planning to come back. They are served with some cilantro and beans.

Pros: Very cheap, Delicious


Points +65

14 May 2019

Great little spot in Nine Corners

The part of downtown where this is located is called Nueve Esquinas (Nine Corners), a very old, historical area known food-wise primarily for birria (goat stew).

Other than Alta Fibra, about a 10 minute walk away, this whole area is pretty lacking in strictly veggie places, but here you will find a nice little oasis. It's a smaller, more family style place than Alta Fibra, both of which share the same cafeteria style method of choosing items from different categories.

Their typical corrida lunch changes every day, so you will have to ask what is going on with the dishes as some can contain milk or eggs. Some of the common things you'll find here are vegan ceviche (soy & cauliflower), veggie salads, different types of savory cakes or rolls, stews, soups, and other types of special dishes. Lunches come with an "agua" or refreshing chilled drink made in-house like cucumber, alfalfa, parsley water, pineapple water, etc.

It's $55MXN for the corrida combo and it is sure to be filling. If you want a solid vegetable based meal in this area, this is one of the only places you will find it! And it is delicious!

Pros: Delicious food, always a variety from day to day, Great value, Friendly family-operated vibe

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