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Best places with the best desserts in Mexico

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Mexico has some amazing desserts, from churros to flan to chocolate mousse! If you want to try something new or indulge in Mexican delicacies at their finest, here are some places to get them. With over 70 million tourists visiting every year, Mexico is becoming a favourite destination for foodies. From tacos and chips to ceviche and guacamole, Mexicans love to eat! They also take great pride in their culinary culture and heritage. Let’s see below the best places you can find the best desserts in Mexico.


Caminito – San Miguel de Allende

Caminito is one of the oldest and most traditional restaurants in San Miguel de Allende located on Calle 60 between Calles 61 and 62. The menu offers typical dishes like steak, chicken, seafood and pasta among other options. But what makes this place special is its dessert selection. This is where it gets interesting because they have 5 different kinds of ice creams with flavours such as cinnamon, coconut milk, passion fruit, strawberry, and many more! It’s not only the variety that keeps people coming back but also the quality.

La Fonda del Sol – Oaxaca

If you ever travel to Oaxaca, then you need to visit this restaurant when you do. Opened in 1892, the building may look old but the flavour combinations still taste fresh. You’ll feel like you stepped back in time when you enter the restaurant. The interior decor is inspired by the 1920s, which is full of colours and vintage designs. When it comes to ordering, there are two ways you can choose: either make it yourself or ask for help from the kitchen. They offer an array of homemade desserts including rice pudding, bread pudding, red velvet cake, chocolate pie, and much more. And if you decide to order one of these homemade treats, you must select the “casa grande” option because they are served on a large platter instead of small plates.

B-Side Bakery Cafe – Los Angeles

If you’re looking for good pastries, you should pay a visit to this bakery cafe in Beverly Hills. For those who don’t know, B-side means the best-kept secret. Get to know your local neighbourhood gem before anyone else! At B-Side, they serve everything baked rather than fried, so you won’t be disappointed. Everything from cupcakes to cookies to pies is made freshly without any preservatives. In addition to their delicious sweets, you can also order a snack sandwich or salad. What I enjoy about this place is you never feel too full after eating. As a bonus, they’re open on Sundays!

Mercado Hidalgo – Mexico City

Although it’s a touristy market, you should give it a try anyway. Not only does it sell delicious snacks such as ceviche, tacos, and tortas (sandwiches), but you can always opt to dine at one of the numerous stands. If you choose to sit down, make sure you grab a seat near the fountain area. The chefs would love nothing more than to wash away all your worries while enjoying their fresh lemonade. Be prepared though, you will probably waste hours trying to decide which goodies to eat next. Just make sure you save room for the famous agua fresca!

Don Julio – Mexico City

This Mexican restaurant chain has been around since 1940. With over 200 locations nationwide, you’d think they might get tired after such a long run. Their speciality is Centenario coffee (the classic blend of espresso and steamed milk). However, you can’t find a better way to start your morning. Besides their coffee, you can also sip on one of their specially crafted cocktails.

El Paquete – Barcelona

What we loved about visiting El Paquete is how unique the space was. Entirely made out of cardboard and packing materials, El Paquete feels more like a warehouse than a restaurant. Despite being all white, the ambience wasn’t cold or impersonal. On the contrary, El Paquete felt warm and welcoming. In addition to having an impressive selection of cheese, wine, and chorizo, El Paquete offers a variety of dishes such as grilled chicken breast, fried eggplant with anchovies, octopus, and chips, among others.

Bar Amá – Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is home to some of the most delectable bakeries and patisseries in Latin America. One of our favourite places to have dessert is Bar Ama. Located in Palermo Hollywood, this charming bakery offers up sweet delights such as tiramisu, strawberry tart, apple strudel, banana cream pie, and many other mouth-watering classics.

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