I was super happy to find this place but I was disappointed to see how few vegan options they had for a vegetarian restaurant. Granted, I went during brunch, so perhaps lunch/dinner is better but from what I saw, it looked like most lunch/dinner options were fairly uncreative veggie dogs and burgers. I also I wish I had checked the hours first since a friend and I showed up at 5:15pm on a Monday, only to find they close at 5pm on Mondays. We then showed up at 8:45pm on a Thursday, only to find they were closing up for the night. Oy! I finally made it back on Sunday morn to grab a snack for the plane ride home.
Of the brunch menu, the only vegan item was a bean, corn, and cheese burrito subbing tofu for the corn. Here I go being picky.....considering the immense diversity of Mexican veg food, it was exceedingly disappointing to be eating a burrito (which is an American food, not a Mexican food), particularly one consisting of 3 largely bland ingredients. Had the tofu been marinated or fried, it would have been significantly improved, but it was just plain, soft tofu in huge chunks. Meh. I added avocado, which made it better, but I really wish it had some hot sauce and some lettuce and tomato for textural diversity. For 3 pesos (just under $3), I got the burrito, along with a small bag of organic potato and beet chips, which was good.