Chef Elena Reygadas is behind the acclaimed Italian restaurant Rosetta, where she crafted traditional European pastries, breads, and desserts that diners couldn't get enough of.
The popularity of her pastries paved the way for the start of Panadería Rosetta.
Since opening its doors, this quaint hole-in-the-wall bakery has grown into a popular destination for travelers in Mexico City.
The ambiance of Panadería Rosetta is what you would expect out of a charming yet upscale city café.
Diners can grab a seat inside the cafe or sit along the outside dining area which spills into the walkways, much like European cafés do.
When it comes to the menu, diners will find a wide selection of pastries and lunch choices that celebrate both European and Mexican flavors.
The vibrant pastries are a beautiful melange of European delicacies with Mexican infusion.
Whether, you’re in the mood for breakfast, or just a quick “bigote” or “concha” (Mexican pastry), Panadería Rosetta is a must-visit spot when traveling through Mexico City.
Beyond breakfast time, diners can also indulge in hearty sandwiches. While the sandwiches are more modern in creation, they still exude flavors and textures found in traditional Mexican cuisine.
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