Follow your nose to this chocolate café, where the aromas of French pastries and rich cocoa waft into the narrow streets of Campeche. Tucked inside this stone-walled colonial building are small wooden tables and a collection of antiques, like a vintage cash register still used for store transactions. Drink recipes originated from the owner's research into Mayan traditions and her time spent with local families. Prepared with the purest form of organic cocoa, chocolate
drinks are infused with such herbs as mint and chilies. Non-chocolate lovers can enjoy all-natural fruit juices made with jicama and piña. The crêpes and cookies make nice accompaniments, and there is also a small gift shop selling locally made products and blocks of dark chocolate.
Calle 59 No. 3, between Calles 12 and 14, Campeche City, Campeche, 24000, Mexico