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.

Chilaquiles con Mole
Chilaquiles con Mole
Molletes
Molletes
Alambres de pollo
Alambres de pollo, covered in melted cheese

La Cadencia Lonchería
Tonalá 183B, esquina Calle Chiapas
Colonia Roma, Delegación Cuauhtemoc
Ciudad de México, DF 06700