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This is a very nice place to have breakfast. It is not expensive and people are kind and fast with the service. They have combos that include coffee, fruit/juice and a dish. All for around 100 mxn.
Today I saw how a homeless was walking...More
We stopped to get Chilaquiles for breakfast and were unimpressed.
Pros: Location (betwen the subway and Reforma
Cons: The Chilaquiles were on big plates, but lots of sauce and not much chicken or tortillas. Had to ask 3 times to get the bill.
I have been eating here for years, my favorite plate is the Chicken Fajitas. I enjoy sitting on the sidewalk and watching the people and vendors while sipping a cold beer. Yes, there are other places in the area for fine dining, but here you...More
Is a clean restaurant. Clean bathrooms. Prices are ok. Food is nothing super special but is good if you're looking for something fast to eat. ... I didn't really like that they give you just a little of fruit on their package. .. I got...More
Had the molletes. Good, light breakfast. Coffee was good, service was prompt, nothing was expensive. Would go back.
Date of visit: December 2015
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