Vegan In Mexico
Ciudad de México, CDMX
restaurants
Posted over 5 years ago
Taqueria La Botanita
Salads, Smoothies, and Green Juice, Oh my! La Botanita, a small deli & café in Huatulco, Mexico! With an impressive smoothie and fresh-pressed juice list, I almost didn’t notice the salads they had available! This is the Greek Salad with no cheese. It was fresh and healthy, and paired nicely with the Veggie Bagel sandwich my Hubs got! Many of their smoothies were made with coconut or almond milk, and many salads could be made without cheese, so there was a lot to choose from. Buen Provecho!
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San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chis.
restaurants
Posted over 5 years ago
Jardin Tonantzin
Died and gone to vegan heaven! I had this delicious vegan curry was cooked from scratch at an open garden restaurant in San Cristóbal de las Casas, a small town in the mountains of southern Mexico. Jardin Tonantzin has an entirely vegan menu filled with tasty options like chile rellenos, enchiladas, curry, sandwiches, salads, and more! I indulged in a soy latte (decaf, hello!) and the yellow curry (added tofu, protein!). My Hubble had the chile rellenó which came with fresh tortillas. Both dishes were EXQUISITE, and I will definitely be coming back for more while we’re here!
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San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chis.
restaurants • shopping
Posted over 5 years ago
RESTAURANTE BELIL SABORES DE CHIAPAS / Interconexión Social
San Cristobal de las Casas is CHOCK FULL of vegan and vegetarian options! This is one of many veg-friendly restaurants we found, and already we are giddy with excitement about all the food we will get to eat. @belil_chiapas_restaurant offers vegan and vegetarian options from their menu, which hosts local dishes native to the Chiapas state. We tried the tortilla soup and the chalupas chiapenecas, which are large tortilla chips with beans, veggies, and a side of fried plantains. Both dishes were delightful and the waiter was incredibly helpful offering vegan options and suggestions that weren’t even on the menu! See my “menus” highlight for a pic of their vegetarian portion of the menu.
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San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chis.
restaurants • shopping
Posted over 5 years ago
Esquina San Agustín
Space Porn! This restuarant has a gorgeous courtyard is actually indoors in a swanky/upscale/adult food court in San Cristobal de las Casas. These modern + chic foodcourt-style spaces are all over Mexico, and they are all so beautifully decorated! Not to mention, they almost always have a vegan or vegetarian spot! @esquinasanagustin houses a handful of restaurants, cafes, and bars. @_bangcook_oficial is a Thai spot offering tons of vegetarian and vegan options! I didn’t eat there (sadly they were closed when I tried to) so I can’t recommend any dishes, but I can say the ambience is lit (no pun intended), and the menu is promising! .
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San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chis.
restaurants
Posted over 5 years ago
Bek, Semilla De Vida
BUILD YOUR OWN SALAD? Yes please!! I have now officially eaten four meals in two days at @beksemilladevida . This fully Vegan restaurant has so many amazing dishes that are wildly delicious and insanely affordable. This build-your-own-salad is comprised of greens, cucumber, garbanzo, avocado, almonds, sprouts, and vegan honey mustard vinaigrette. . Cuánto cuesta, you might ask? 68 pesos. How much is that in doll-hairs? $3.40. For salad. For fresh, delicious, vegan salad. Ok I’m in heaven now, gonna go eat more delish food in San Cristobal now.
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San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chis.
restaurants
Posted over 5 years ago
Cocoliche San Cristobal
The bright and lovely interior of @cocolichesc , a restaurant in San Cristobal de las Casas offering vegan and vegetarian options on their menu. I tried the Cambodia bowl, a citrus-y broth based bowl with vegetables and a side of rice! I was too hungry to snap a pic, so all I have are shots of the cute interior. They also have veggie sandwiches, wraps, and burritos!
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Ejido del Centro, Yuc.
restaurants
Posted over 5 years ago
Organico Café
This cute little cafe is tucked away in a quiet street in Merida, a colonial city on the west coast of Yucatan State in Mexico. @organicomerida serves breakfast, sandwiches, salads, and some traditional Mexican dishes. Almost all of the menu is vegetarian, and almost anything can be made completely vegan (if it’s not already). We went for the Emparedados Pastor and Pimlento, (both paninis made on freshly made bread). I opted for no cheese on mine, and the waitress offered to put avocado in it instead, to which I gleefully and politely replied, “OH HELL YES.” The sandwiches were scrumptious, and we loved the honey-flavored salad dressing on our side of greens.
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San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chis.
restaurants
Posted over 5 years ago
La Casa Del Pan, Panadería, Tienda y Restaurante Vegano y Vegetariano
Caramelized Beets on a bed of fresh greens with all the avo you can eat! La Casa Del Pan boasts a Mexican-inspired menu with vegan dishes like salads, sandwiches, and entrees. I tried the beet salad, which came with fresh baked bread and honey (omg, so good) and chips and salsa. I also had a deliciously brewed flower tea, which made my belly feel all kinds of happy. In the same building, you can find yoga classes, a $1.50 movie theater, and small shop to buy fresh bread, olive oil, and other goodies!
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Yelapa, Jal.
experience • lodging
Posted over 5 years ago
Pura Vida Wellness Retreat
Vegan plates, health store, kombucha, oh my! In a sea of, well, seafood, Baja California was one of the more difficult places to find Vegan food. This heavenly health food store (@puravidabaja) in Todos Santos doubles as a vegan restaurant, where everything on the menu is vegan! I stumbled upon this spot using my @happycow app, and had the most delicious vegan lasagne! The food here absolutely compares to vegan fare I’ve had in the states: the vegan cheese was a lovely, cheesy texture (no rubber chewing here!) and the recipes had unique and rich flavors. Everything was fresh and made to order. An added benefit of this spot is if you bring your own jar you can fill up with their homemade Kombucha for almost free!
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Tulum, Q.R.
restaurants
Posted over 5 years ago
Raw Love
Actually, heaven is in a place on Tulum Beach, where all the food is Raw, Vegan, Gluten Free, and effing delicious. I tried the gorgeous Green Goddess bowl, topped with the regular: Berries, Seeds, Granola, and Coconut. I have also tried the Berry Love, Maca-Vanilla Milkshake, and Tropical Kiss. All are divine, but I have to say the ginger in the Green Goddess made me feel that extra health kick I needed after one too many Vegan Wines (ok I know, saying it’s Vegan doesn’t make it any better for me) last night. With other goodies like raw pad Thai and cake on the menu, I never ever want to eat anywhere else!
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Tepoztlán, Mor.
destination
Posted over 5 years ago
Tepoztlán
In the heart of Tepoztlán there is a market filled with food vendors, where you can get fresh smoothies made on the spot! Not only can you mix as many fruits and veggies as you like, but they have oats, nuts, honey, and other goodies you can toss in the mix. This was a go-to cheap and healthy breakfast for us every day!
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Ciudad de México, CDMX
cafe
Posted over 5 years ago
CAPUCHINO BURGER CAFE
I like Green Juice and I cannot lie! .@capuchinocafemx is a fully vegan restaurant in La Paz, Baja California. With great decor (and a monkey logo to boot), this place had it all! Their menu includes fresh juices, smoothies, breakfasts, burgers, Mexican dishes, salads, and deserts. After going for so long without any options on menus besides rice and beans, it was overwhelming to have so much to choose from on one menu! Not being able to decide what to order made my ultimate decision simple: Come back for seconds! After two visits, I had eaten the veggie burger, the quinoa salad, the falafel, and a green juice. I would recommend them all, but the homemade vegan dressing that came with the falafel made me drool, so hands down go with the chickpeas! If you’re ever in Todos Santos, be sure to stop by this spot to scratch that vegan itch!
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