The coconut ice cream is the best I have had plus some other very traditional and great tasting sweets
Have been to Merida probably 10 plus times and unless I am not feeling well (happened only once), I have not missed having sorbet here every night and sometimes twice a day. it has become a ritual that I have shared with family and friends. Small tables, crowded at night but the sorbet is worth it. The place is crowded... 更多
Has been around for over 100 years. Ice cream, champolas, pastries. Located right on the main plaza, close to Marida's cathedral. Inside and outside seating available. Service is very good, and friendly. Nice to stop and rest for a moment. I liked the champola, ice cream with additional milk poured on it. Clean, nice ambience.
They have a ton of flavors... mamey and limón is our favorite... you can sit inside or outside and order your sorbets that will be served in a glass dish with a stem... you can also try a champola, which is the meridian version of a shake but it's not shaken... I loved it from the first time I tried... 更多
You'll see the deserts offered at Culceria all over the region. But they will all pale in comparison to the deserts here. Simple store front with sidewalk seating. But the real reason this place is an enduring local institution is because it is so / friggin / delicious. Had 4 deserts. Wanted 40 more. Hope I can go back for... 更多
A fun place for our group to gather in the evenings to enjoy the sorbet, the strolling musicians and vendors, and people watch. Delicious desserts!
Good ice cream but I've found it a bit expensive. Big portions as well, perhaps they should be smaller and cheaper... When I entered dulceria it didn't look to promising as there is not too much to see about sweets. But when you get the icecream it doesnt matter any more...