Dulceria de Celaya, Mexico City

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  • If you want to see a pretty interior and grab a selection of affordable confections, then this is the spot. One of the oldest confectioneries in the city it still has the original mirrored-splendor... 
    If you want to see a pretty interior and grab a selection of affordable confections, then this is the spot. One of the oldest confectioneries in the city it still has the original mirrored-splendor...  more »
  • This shop is fantastic, they were extremely nice and their recommendations were delicious. We tried several items. My favorite was the lime stuffed with coconut. I asked for them to refer us to a... 
    This shop is fantastic, they were extremely nice and their recommendations were delicious. We tried several items. My favorite was the lime stuffed with coconut. I asked for them to refer us to a...  more »
  • Take a number when you enter this small sweet shop. Celaya produces beautifully made Mexican biscuits and sweets. I also noticed jars of artiginal Dulce de Leche stacked on the shelves. These would.....  more
    Take a number when you enter this small sweet shop. Celaya produces beautifully made Mexican biscuits and sweets. I also noticed jars of artiginal Dulce de Leche stacked on the shelves. These would.....  more »
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  • Great decor, felt very traditional and special. Great selection of desserts
  • For those who like to try out specialty sweets, it's a treat. Good variety, high quality and tradition.
  • Neat, historic shop. They explain all the types of unique sweets. Find myself going there several times to try something new. Try the boiled figs with sugar glaze. Such a treat!
  • Old-line sweet shop steeped in tradition. Many temping offerings, of which we only tried a few. They had two kinds of Cajeta in jars. Cajeta is a caramelized sweetened condensed goat’s milk. We got the Quemado - burned - hoping it would be even more caramelized.
  • Beautiful tiny store, with magnificent interior, gilded panels and ceiling, offering all kinds of sweets and candies, many of them absolutely unique based on centuries-old recipes. The place is rumored to be the oldest candy store in Mexico City. There is a story associated with the place about a young kid who got lost in downtown Mexico City and died in front of the store. Sometimes you may feel your sleeve is being tugged by the kid ghost who wants you to buy some candies for him...

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