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Best Desserts in Mexico City

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Qué Bo

A brain-child of master pâtissier and chocolate-king José Ramón Castillo, Que Bo! doles out a decadent treat that shall be the highlight of dining for any self-respecting dessert fanatic. With more than a few outlets all over the city, Que Bo! is quite the hit with locals. Their Centro Historico store lies on Isabel la Catolica, just a few minutes from the legendary restaurant Azul Histórico. It is here you will find drool-worthy desserts that are doused with divine chocolate - expect a whole lot of bon bons, truffles and lots more here.

Mexico City, Mexico
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Restaurante Bar Café Tacuba

This traditional restaurant serves typical Mexican food, and has been the subject of many local legends and a song (it is said there is a ghost hanging around the place). Established in the 19th Century, it has been visited by many personalities including presidents and artists. The decor consists mainly of Talavera tiles, covering the Colonial-style building. Wooden hand-made furniture in traditional colors such as orange and royal blue add a festive touch. Music plays while you enjoy the delicious Mexican delicacies: enchiladas, tamales or freshly baked sweet bread.

Mexico City, Mexico
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Ca'Churro

Aptly named, Ca'Churro is a local cafe that is known for their delicious churros. This choux pastry snack is a deep fried till it becomes crunchy. This cafe serves both savory and sweet versions of this dish. Their menu also crepes, fritters and pancakes. Enjoy your meal with a cup of hot coffee.

Mexico City, Mexico
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Artesanos del Dulce Cafe

Artesanos del Dulce is a chef-owned fine café located in Mexico City's San Miguel Chapultepec neighborhood, with other locations around the city. Chefs Teresa Ramirez and Joan Bagur, graduates of culinary academies in Barcelona and San Francisco, provide excellent light fare: breakfasts, salads, pastas, baguettes, and savory entrees like yakisoba noodles with meat and vegetables. The kitchen shows its stuff with desserts like the Five Textures chocolate cake. The cafes have been designed as carefully as the food. Orange and chocolate walls highlight a space where communal tables make it easy for the single traveler to meet locals.

Mexico City, Mexico
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Pujol

Pujol can't be missed! This amazing fine dining restaurant provides a contemporary-take on local cuisine. With the freshest ingredients, the best chefs around, and amazing recipes, you'll quickly realize why this is one of the top restaurants in the city. End your meal with a dessert from a list of truly sweet delights! The atmosphere is sophisticated, yet laid-back and cheerful. All in all, a great place for both couples and colleagues.

Mexico City, Mexico
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