I ate dinner at Café Atrapasuenos with a friend from my hostel in Campeche during the evening of November 26th. The restaurant was located on Calle 10 between Calles 59 and 61.
Café Atrapasuenos is a small and simple restaurant in Campeche’s historic centre serving delicious and healthy foods and juices. There is a small gift store with interesting and unique items attached to the restaurant and there are also yoga classes that you can sign up for, behind the restaurant.
I ordered the vegetarian enchiladas and the jugo “chlorofil” (which was a blend of orange, Chaya leaf, pineapple, celery and apple). The enchiladas were so flavourful and were the tastiest that I ate during my travels in the Yucatan! The juice was also very flavourful and tasted fresh and delicious. My meal cost me 150 pesos, which was very reasonable.
The staff member that was serving us was super friendly, attentive and charming. Overall, the service was excellent.
I loved the beautiful décor in the restaurant! The wooden tables were carved from trees and you could see the grain. It was very authentic-looking! The atmosphere and ambiance was also wonderful – calm, peaceful, pleasant and relaxed. My overall experience eating at Atrapasuenos was very enjoyable.
I would not hesitate to recommend Atrapasuenos to anyone looking for vegetarian and healthy food options in Campeche. I look forward to one day returning here!