A chill and bohemian place where you can enjoy a cup of coffee or tea (over 40 varieties of tea and herbs), best enjoyed with one of their desserts or paninis.
EL REY SOL
When you think of Ensenada and desserts, this is one of the first places that come to mind. Other than desserts, they have a wide menu of French and Mexican cuisine. It’s the oldest French restaurant in Mexico, founded in 1947. You must taste their French pastries!
LA REYNA, REPOSTERÍA FRANCESA FINA
They’ve delighted thousands of people with their creations since 1990, ranging from family recipe cakes, to chefs graduated from United States culinary schools, as well as Europe and Mexico. Ask for their “Pasteles primavera”, “el pastel Progre” and the infamous “monjas”.
Orange, chocolate, aged cheese, strawberry with jamaica, natural vanilla, black cherry, and more 100% natural and homemade gelato flavors, made with organic ingredients and others from Rancho La Campana, home of the Ramonetti dairy products.
On your way to La Bufadora you’ll find this interesting restaurant known for their desserts and signature drinks. Their restaurant is a mix of Mediterranean and international cuisine. You’ll love their atmosphere and will immediately want to take a lot of pictures.
Its architecture, reminiscent of Chicago has attracted attention since it first opened. They have a small but delicious menu, regional wines and their own bakery.
CAFÉ CON LECHE
One of the classic coffee shops in the city. You’ll find a comfortable and laid back atmosphere. There’s a terrace where you can admire sunsets and enjoy a chat with your friends.