Just happened to be driving by at breakfast time. At first glance it did not look that inviting, but once we parked and walked through a charming garden area, we were feeling better about this choice. Inside the cafe is a gift shop and then patrons proceed into the dining areas. We had to wait about 5 minutes to be seated by the one and only waitress/hostess. We were in a porch-like area which was charming. It took a while to get our coffee which was a negative. Then when we got our food all was forgiven. We both had huervos rancheros which were absolutely the best we have had outside of Mexico. The waitress was friendly, but maybe a bit overwhelmed. Prices were not cheap, but on par with the area. We would eat here again.
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