This restaurant was lovely. They had a good selection of vegan food, the service was exceedingly fast and friendly, and the food was tasty and affordable.
I stopped in for breakfast and was in a big rush so the couple (an older couple that I assume run the place) really rushed to bring my food but they didn't skimp on the quality of food or service. I explained that I was vegan and they were very accommodating. The lady recommended the mole enchiladas stuffed with soy picadillo, which is a sort of veggie burger crumble, raisin, olive mixture. It was great! I got the breakfast special, which included the enchiladas, a torta (white bread bun usually used to make sandwiches), juice, and tea, coffee, or chocolate. All of this for about $6 or $7, and mind you that I ordered the most expensive breakfast option!
The enchiladas were very tasty and I was impressed that they offered a vegan picadillo stuffing instead of the usual potatoes or beans I'd been given elsewhere. The hot chocolate was good (many people told me that I HAD to have chocolate in Oaxaca), and I am glad they offer to make it with water instead of milk, but it wasn't the rich, creamy drink I am used to. Then again, soy milk in Mexico is mad expensive so I wouldn't expect too many places to carry it.
On my way out, I asked them to prepare me a torta to go so I could eat it for lunch later. I was hoping to get one of the more interesting options like gluten milanesa or maybe jamon (ham) but they were out of most veg meats. They offered a veggie burger, which didn't sound impressive but it was a delicious, homemade veggieburger, likely made of soy and spinach. They served it on the big white bun that tortas always come with, beans, and avocado and confirmed that I did not want mayonaise. I forgot to put salsa on, which was my fault, but the sandwich still had fantastic flavor and made the perfect snack on the drive back to Mexico City. I think it cost something like $2, which was really affordable!
Please go here!