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Our hotel is just a few blocks from the Pistache Pastisserieserie so when we wanted a light lunch, we headed here. It is a indoor/outdoor restaurant with a limited menu. We had the ham and cheese croissant served with mushrooms. It was delicious.
Cafe La Boheme has been sold to new owners. It is now Pistache Pastisserie & Boulangerie, a cafe with French inspired menu choices like: croissant sandwiches, souflee/omlets, a variety of crepes, quiches, desserts, and general coffee and tea choices. Plus, you can buy pastries and...More
No reviews on this cafe for nearly a year, we have eaten here twice. The creeps are very tasty and great value, cooked to order, you won't be disappointed. My wife's cappuccino was also good. 2 creeps & 2 drinks for 150 pesos is great...More
No one can beat the location of this place. It is right on Paseo Montejo, and very close to whatever is to see in Merida.
Food is really good but coffee is not so great. I've been going to this place for a long time...More
My wife and I stopped here for espresso. I told the owner, an American man, to please make them strong. He said no problem. When they arrived we saw that they were weak and looked and tasted like watery ordinary coffee. I politely sent them...More