Follow your nose to this chocolate café, where the aromas of French pastries and rich cocoa waft into Campeche's narrow streets. Tucked inside a stone-walled colonial building are small wooden tables and a collection of antiques, like a vintage cash register still used for ringing up 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, they're infused
with mint, chile, and more. Non-chocolate lovers can enjoy all-natural fruit juices made with jicama and piña. Crepes and cookies make nice accompaniments. A small gift shop sells locally-made products and blocks of dark chocolate.
Calle 59 No. 30, between Calles 12 and 14, Campeche City, Campeche, 24000, Mexico