We were welcomed by cute fork and knife handles, and were seated in a cozy room, filled with artwork and colorful walls. When we sat down we noticed the hippies next to us had enormous portions on their plates, and the food looked delicious. I felt like we made the right choice in going here. We ordered a Mango Smoothie with Soy Milk because they unfortunately didn’t have any of their more unusual fruits (some I’d never heard of). It was surprisingly wonderful! I had the Huevos Rancheros, one of my new favorite dishes, and Julian had the Breakfast Burrito. I loved the presentation of mine which came out on a baked tortilla. It was probably the best huevos rancheros I’ve had. The chicken was exceptional. A lot of time I find chicken dry, but this was just perfect. And the home-made salsa, a bit more like a mixture of tomatoes and onions pureed, added a nice addition to the meal, and was great for dipping the tortilla in! Julian’s food was a bit blander than mine unfortunately, but I just loved my food. I am happy to say I found another breakfast spot I like.
Hint: they are closed on Sundays!