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NomVNom has loads of veggie burgers with some unique and different flavors and styles. They also have several types of fries, some soups and other side dishes, a few of which are gluten free. Oh, and Ice Cream!

Basement of The Central, at Clarke Quay MRT station.
Open Daily 10:00 – 22:00

Tai Seng Branch
Open Daily 09:00 – 21:00

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Hostel Amigo

Hostel Amigo is a popular backpacker hostel in Mexico City. There’s two actually, Hostel Amigo and Hostel Amigo Suites Downtown. Both offer a great social aspect, multilingual staff offering advice, hostel group tours, and a reputation as a bit of a party place (more so at Amigo than Downtown).

They offer free airport pick up which is great (conditions apply) and breakfast/dinner is also included, but don’t hold your breath on vegan options.

Located in the central Historic area, its location has good and bad points. Good is that you can check out the Zocalo, National Palace, National Museum of Art etc very easily. Bad in that the area is incredibly crowded, noisy, and a little dirty.

I didn’t actually stay at Amigos, but I met talked to people who did, and would have stayed there were I traveling solo. Its great for that party atmos and social aspect if thats what you’re after. However if you prefer to keep to yourselves and do things on your own, try Fridas y Diego.

Dorms MX$150-200 pp
Privates MX$250-300 pp
Walk from Zocalo Station.