Churreria El Moro in Mexico City pays tribute to place’s long baking tradition. Serving the best churros and hot chocolate in Mexico, it dates back to 1935. Now, the interior got fully revamped by Cadena + Asociados – a design studio that proposed a simplified, graphic decor.
Following the black & blue color scheme, the look of the churreria is inspired by Art Deco aesthetics that once were popular in the capital. Mosaics add a refined touch to the interior, while minimal furnishings make the whole effect light and unpretentious. Photographed by Mortiz Bernoully.