Travel: Mexico City Breakfast Eats
Mexico City breakfast eats! When we travel we usually eat hearty breakfasts to give us enough energy to sustain a heck of a lot of walking. Eating gluten free is usually quite easy with breakfast, from eggs, potatoes, and fruit, it’s one of the easier meals to accommodate being a celiac. Okay, let’s check out some eats!
Mexico City Breakfast Eats
First up, we ate at our Hyatt’s Rulfo for the 4 mornings before each F1 race day, and on our last day. My favourite? The berries. I did have a few other classics, like chilaquiles, which were great, too.
One of our favourites, we actually visited twice (hello donut snacks!) was La Otilia. Such a cute place with street seating, which is so lovely for people watching.
I had a poached egg on toast (gluten free, of course) with melted cheese and Bryce had black bean enchiladas and a summer smoothy. Fresh and delicious.
The next day we stopped in for a chocolate hazelnut donut – which cost about $12 Canadian, yet it was worth the treat!
Another one of our favourite places was Lalo! They had the best (non gluten free) pancakes – look how fluffy they are – stacked so high.
Lalo! had the best coffee of the whole trip, so it was worth the visit. I had the acai bowl and it was very fresh and super tasty.
The last place we had breakfast was in our second hotel, the Emporio. The restaurant is a standard buffet and has a coffee cafe on the main floor. The buffet was large with so many choices and quite reasonable at around $220 per person. I was even able to take an apple and a snack sized box of cereal to go (hello airport breakfast for the next morning!).
All in all, we had some great Mexico City breakfast eats. Travelling is one of the few times we head out for breakfast, yet it’s such a fun experience, don’t you think?
Look at the sweet pup on the patio! Such a good pup.
Thanks so much for stopping by and happy eating! Oh, and if you have time on the weekend, you should head out for a Sunday breakfast – I bet it will be fun!