After a really cold spring and long winter, can we hope the spring heat is finally here? It really seems so, according to metrological reports we will have temperatures of 15-20 degrees all week. .Yes, it seems like spring finally arrived!

This will undoubtedly bring joy to those who have been waiting for the warmth of spring to arrive.
No, doubt, I am one of them 🙂

As the days grow longer, the warmth of the sun brings a renewed sense of energy, improves my sleeping but it is also a great time to experiment with new flavors. What better way to celebrate the spring heat than with a delicious vegan Mexican brunch?

Mexican cuisine is delicious and versatile.

There is something for everyone in Mexican cuisine, with its many vegan options, it provides a fantastic way to enjoy traditional Mexican flavors for vegans.

Whether you’re looking for a light snack or a full meal, there are plenty of vegan options to choose from, from flavorful salsas to hearty bean dishes.
Mexican cuisine’s vegan options are often just as flavorful and satisfying, if not even more flavorful as their meat-based counterparts. It’s one of the cuisines that are most versatile when it comes to cooking vegan food for everyone to enjoy, the Mexican cuisine is also full of history and culture, making it a unique experience for those who want to explore new dishes. (Mexican cuisine – Wikipedia, n.d)

Join us for brunch all weekdays and enjoy Mexican-inspired vegan dishes that are full of flavor and culture, between 11:30 until 14:00.

So what are we offering?

Quesadilla / Sincronizada – 99:-

Ok, I have to be honest with you, what we are selling as a Quesadilla is a far cry from the real authentic one. The dish made famous as Quesadilla in various Mexican Restaurants all over the world is a Sincronizada in Mexico. We don’t want to confuse anyone so we will use the popularized name for the dish, but it should be noted that it is not an accurate representation of traditional Mexican Quesadillas.

Black beans, corn, red pepper, mushrooms and vegan ch*ddar cheese are sandwiched between two flour tortillas, then cooked until the cheese have started to melt and then cut into wedges and served with Texas Fries.

Tostada – Expired because of no demand

Tostadas are said to have originated around 2,000 years ago in Oaxaca, Mexico. As leftover tortillas that were no longer fresh enough to fold for tacos, but still tasty enough to eat, tortilla tostadas became a wonderful way to use them up, instead of throwing them.

We heat the wheat tortillas to replicate the hard not-fresh tortillas and I see them as a bit of Mexican Pizza. Instead of tomato sauce, we use Sunflower Cream Ch’ese, as a base spread on the tortilla and then top it with taco-flavored beans, corn, tomato and red onion. Tostadas are not only easy to make, but it’s also packed with all the flavorful goodness that traditional Mexican cuisine offers. We complete the dish by adding some Vegan Cheddar Ch’ese sprinkles and drizzling a generous amount of Vegan Ranch Sauce over it, which adds an extra flavor to it.

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Taquitos – Expired because of no demand

Taquitos are a Mexican dish that consists of rolled-up tortillas filled various ingredients.
We choose to fill them with Sunflower Cream Ch’ese, Salsa, and Beans.
Four of these deliciosos are then rolled up and fried and served to you for a truly Mexican Brunch.

What about Burgers!?

Do not worry all burger lovers, we got you covered with burger alternatives as well.

You can choose between the two classics; Mustard & Mayo (109:-) and (Chimajo 119:-) or our new Happy Burger for a whoppin’ (99:-)

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