If you’re looking for a good bite to eat in the Roma neighborhood of Mexico City, check out La Cadencia Lonchería. It’s more than just a stop for cyclists and local hipsters, it’s a little lonchería offering breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The funky decor made of bike parts supports their menu of traditional Mexican dishes with a twist.
The menu offers a variety of traditional Mexican favorites. The food is freshly prepared, and served in huge portions. The staff is friendly and efficient. My friends and I have eaten here several times and always had excellent service. My friend Tara swears by the molletes, a cheesy breakfast bread, and I’m a fan of the chilaquiles with mole, and alambres.
This little spot is always a reliable spot to meet up with friends or bring guests visiting from out-of-town. If you’re a vegan or vegetarian, they have plenty of options for you, including tofu! They are also pet-friendly and bike friendly too. They have a great lunch deal for comida corrida, so check out La Candencia Lonchería for a good bite.
La Cadencia Lonchería
Tonalá 183B, esquina Calle Chiapas
Colonia Roma, Delegación Cuauhtemoc
Ciudad de México, DF 06700