Ruta de la Seda

The Silk Road was the name given to the network of commercial trade routes that connected Europe to Asia until the15th century, silk being one many lucrative goods traversing the continents, alongside tea. Thus, this inspired and cozy cafe has adopted the moniker as well. Any of the three branches of this affable cafe, with innovative menu options and beautiful product presentations, are inviting enough to stay for several hours, whether to work, enjoy a nice chat or simply spend the afternoon. They ensure that at least 70% of their products are certified organic or ecological, in addition to being pioneers in the use of alternative organic flours and origin teas.


Artisanal baked goods with con fermentation processes

Aurora 1, Del Carmen, Coyoacán

Monday to Sunday 8:00 - 22:00

55 3869 4888


Price Range


Payment Methods

Bank Cards · Cash


Perfumed Turkish coffee, gianduja (chocolate cake with hazelnut cream), baked good and cakes in general

Vegan/Vegetarian Options

Banana nut teacake

Detailed Info
  • COVID Standards
  • Open Spaces
  • Pet-friendly
  • Social Actions The majority of their goods come from communities and organizations that adhere to fair trade and sustainable agriculture. 
  • Environmental Actions The majority of their products come from sources that respect the environment.
  • Outdoor seating: tables outside
  • Other locations: Miguel Ángel de Quevedo y Polanco
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