Great pastries and fulfilling breakfast for a great value
Before I say anything else, let me just say I had to visit this place 3 times during my 7 day trip. That' how good it is. The atmosphere is very cozy and is reminiscent of a cute french pastry shop in Paris. It is located in downtown (most likely a 5-10 minute bus ride away from main Boulevard where you are staying), but its totally worth it. There's even a walmart that is a 3 minutes walking distance, which is always great and was surprisingly better than average US Walmarts. Anyways.. back to this pastry shop..I came here twice for breakfast and once again to get pastries to snack on for the remainder of my trip. No english menus when I visited, but they'll find someone who can translate it for you and answer questions you may have. After I was seated the waitress put a little basket with 4 or 5 different pastries. I thought this was complimentary after reading some of the reviews on here, so I took a bite out of 3 of them to try them, but apparently I was charged for each one I took a bite out of. Nonetheless, they were all scrumptious (especially one filled with cheese and tasted like a cheese danish.)For my main breakfast course, I had a Chilaquiles dish, which consists of corn tortillas that are lightly fried and covered in a sauce of either red/green salsa and shredded chicken or beef, topped with fresh cream, rings of red onion. This was DIVINE! I couldn't finish it all but I did anyways because it was that good! Gives you that good full feeling after a meal. I came here another day and had pancakes. Nothing special, but they were great pancakes. Again with the pastry basket, I figured maybe they mistakenly charged me the other day, but again I was charged only for the ones I had eaten. No big deal as they were not expensive at all. I even bought 3 to go. Overall great experience and great food with great value. A must visit hidden gem.