There are several branches of Cafe de la Flor throughout Tijuana, but the one with the charm and the chic is the Chapultepec branch on Calle Sonora near the Club Campestre. I dined here on January 1, 2014 [most restaurants in Tijuana were closed that day]. The filagree iron chairs on the patio are immensely uncomfortable, so grab one of the wood chairs---there are a few outside and more inside, and simply move them to the table of your choice. Then your back won't scream. The two tiny interior rooms are cramped and claustrophobic, and one room is dominated by a large glass case of desserts, so the patio is preferred. Some of the tables were topped by a tiny vase into which was placed a short-stemed red carnation---a nice touch. Even though it was three o'clock in the afternoon, the waiter brought me the breakfast menu---no, no, no, I want the lunch/ dinner menu please, which he quickly brought. But first the wine: There is a small and ordinary wine list: I ordered the L.A. Cetto Chardonnay Riserva Privada. After about ten minutes, the water brought an L.A. Cetto Nebbiolo---no, I ordered the Chardonnay---a WHITE wine. Then another ten minutes passed, and he brought out an L.A. Cetto Chardonnay---hurray!----but it was not a Riserva Privada. Then another ten minutes passed and the bartender himself came out to the patio to advise that they did not have the Riserva Privada at all, so I had the "regular" Chardonnay. The bartender was wearing a heavenly fragrance---I had to ask him what it was: "Hugo Boss", he said. The piped in music was good---French songs, Spanish music. I ordered the Chicken Breast a la Plancha, which is offered "bathed" in your choice of three sauces: I chose the Chipotle Sauce, which did indeed "bathe" the pounded breast far too much--- it was more like a drowning. But it was okay, and was served with vegetables and rice. I felt like Papas Francesas [French fries], so I ordered a side plate, but they were sadly soggy and not very good. Perhaps next time I will try a simple panini or a salad. The bill for one person [common wine, chicken breast, French fries and a nice coffee drink] came to 600 pesos, with tip.