We ate breakfast at Cafe Sol almost every morning during our stay in Troncones. The first time we went, it was because it was close to Tres Mujeres, where we were staying. The next few visits were strictly because of the food. The downstairs portion of Cafe Sol is the breakfast spot, with upstairs dedicated to their bar and dinner restaurant. The breakfast menu includes a tasty french toast (made from locally baked bread), pancakes, eggs as-you-like them, smoothies (berry and tropical), fresh-squeezed juices, french press coffee and the amazing "Tocho Morocho," Tocho Morocho is an egg scramble that includes onion, tomatoes, zucchini, potatoes and home-made sausage, all bathed in a green salsa. In addition to their food, Cafe Sol has a free lending library consisting of (I'm guessing) a couple of hundred books. It operates on a take-one/leave one system, so when you finish that paperback, drop it off at Cafe Sol and grab something new. The restaurant is located near the little bridge on the land-side (not the beach side) of the main road.
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