Yummy french bread. I dipped it into the great sauce from my cocota - Poached eggs with a spicy worsteshire brown sauce. It reminded me of the English brown sauce they serve there for breakfast, but with a "kick" (not too spicy though). My son devoured the rancheiros (black beans, over easy eggs, served "tostada" style on a flour tortilla (with the yummy bread on the side). Hubby had the avocado a cavalo - avo, tomato, poached eggs, melted cheese over more of the yummy bread. Our youngest had a more "traditional" meal... A giant fluffy pancake. He did not complain (and that's saying a lot). He ate the whole thing. The coffee was good (although Zachery's was a tad better), and the service was superb!
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