El Triunfo Cafe | Restaurant

Mexico

Details

Verified:
3 months ago
Altitude:
496.0 masl
Contributor:
Song of the Road

Amenities

Something not right?

Description

Loved this place. Pizza was fantastic. Cozy courtyard atmosphere. Rustic colonial in the shadow of the smokestack. Highly recommended this stop!
Expect to pay 450-600 pesos for a large super thin crust, 70 p for a can of soda.

Photos

Why? By checking in after you’ve visited a place you let others know this place is still functional. You can also add or correct any information.

Add To Favorites

Latest Check-Ins

The best sourdough ever! Beautiful stonework 😀

Report Check-In

What a little gem in this cute town! Pizza, wine and the pastries 😍 . Beautiful building and atmosphere. A little pricey but well worth it!

Report Check-In

Attached are photos of the menu taken on March 2 2023

Report Check-In

Adorable cafe, beautiful pastries. Do not expect a traditional, French, almond croissant. These are different, not as laminated and flakey, but delicious in its own way. A little crunchy. Do not compare, just enjoy. Some say it is pricey at $7US for the croissant. Do not let the price stop you from supporting this independent cafe. The pastries are large enough to share. The almond paste is the perfect sweetness. The fruit tart looks amazing. Buy that one. Give them some love and stop by!

Report Check-In

The bread is very pretty! So is this little town.

Report Check-In

Stunningly beautiful old building.

Expensive food and drink. $70 for an espresso.

Super good mobile data speeds in this town. 60mb up 15 mb down on my US AT&T plan.

Report Check-In

Great wood fire pizza, the owner has lived in Mexico 30 years! Sat and took the time to talk to us. Our son got the waffles and they were delicious! The specialize in bread and baked goods. The place was clean and huge! Would come back and try more of the menu options. Definitely had a lot of “American” options which was a nice break. It was a little pricey but the food was very good.

Report Check-In

Super overpriced pizza, extremely thin crust, small amount of toppings and TOTALLY not worth the money.
A large pizza and pitcher of OJ cost us 800 pesos and we left the place still hungry.
Owned by a gringo and the only costumers are gringos.
Definite PASS.

Report Check-In

$400p +/- for Pizza, $70p beers. Way too high for us, so instead we grabbed a big fresh loaf of cranberry nut bread for $150p.

Report Check-In

Loved this place. Pizza was fantastic!!! Atmosphere unsurpassed, rustic colonial in the shadow of the smokestack.

Report Check-In

Very fresh salad, best pizza in BCS, if you are hungry try the pulled pork sandwich. They also sell fresh bread that is worth the price. Next door is a cool museum if you have time.

Report Check-In

Pricy (for Mexico )but very good bread (for Europeans, taste more like european -french- than american bread ) and pastries.

Report Check-In

Great coffee, sourdough bread and pizza. Nice atmosphere on the back patio and a sweet big dog to keep you company.

Report Check-In

Awesome bread - not cheap, but really good

Report Check-In

Cookies help us deliver our services. By using our services, you agree to our use of cookies. Learn More.