This restaurant serves authentic Yucatan food. The owner/operator/chef is American and the clientelle is mostly North Americans. Coffee is made with bottled water, so don't be afraid do drink it. The breakfast menu is super. I chose the Huevos Moltulefios: 2 fried eggs on a bed of black beans and tostados topped with salsa and crumbled cheese. All breakfasts, 8 choices, come with coffee and fresh juice, most with toast and a Yucatan version of hashbrowns. All are 60 pecos ($4.80). The dinner menu is small but diverse with 7 entrees, the most expensive being all you can eat fried fish for $8.80.
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