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HOMEMADE AUTHENTIC MEXICAN DISHES


REAL MEXICAN TASTE

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HOMEMADE AUTHENTIC MEXICAN DISHES


REAL MEXICAN TASTE

 

handmade authentic Mexican dishes

It all started when one couple
decided they wanted to bring their unique brand of cooking and design to the world

 
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EVERYDAY, EVERYTIME


BREAKFAST, LUNcH & DINNER

EVERYDAY, EVERYTIME


BREAKFAST, LUNcH & DINNER

WHAT DO YOU WANT TODAY?

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LIKE GRANDMA´s COFFEE


AND OUR SWEET DESSERTS

LIKE GRANDMA´s COFFEE


AND OUR SWEET DESSERTS

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This was an amazing find. Their coffee is so incredible! That alone was worth the trip. We say here trying to breakdown what is in the coffee to try making it at home. They couldn’t come by fast enough to refill our mugs.

The Mexicanisimo omelet was so incredibly yummy. The chorizo was cooked to perfection and the chili sauce was flavorful. All of it had the right level of spiciness and taste.

My fiancée ordered the Chilaquiles Poblanos with chorizo and it was fantastic. Rich, creamy goodness over homemade tortilla chips that are the perfect thickness.

We will definitely come back here and I highly recommend it for breakfast!

I’m already fantasizing about next time...haha!
— Sean M. ✯✯✯✯✯
Worth the wait. Seriously a long wait but seriously worth it. Trust me. Iced coffee is the bomb. Just go. Seriously lol :)
— Arturo O. ✯✯✯✯✯
This is the breakfast spot in Burbank! Cute little place right off Victory blvd. Parking is limited to the street and the surrounding neighborhood. We arrived early Sunday morning and there was plenty of parking. The restaurant is very cozy. Think about a small Starbucks with a bunch of tables. You will more than likely be able to stretch out and take something from a nearby table or bump into other diners. Get there early because the line builds up quickly. We sat down at 8:30am on a Sunday and by 9am the line was half way to Glendale.

Menu is awesome! Breakfast, lunch, dinner, and a green menu. Not too many options either. I recommend going with the traditional Mexican style breakfast. This place is legit. I have not eaten Machacha con huevos (shredded beef with eggs, peppers, and onions) in years. The taste was spot on. It was just like I had back in the day at home. Beans and rice were cooked right as well. I appreciated that they did not overload the plate with rice and beans. I also recommend getting the machaca with flour tortillas because you can make little burritos. Wife had the chilaquiles. She enjoyed them.

The iced café de olla is delicious (wife ordered one). I went with the regular coffee and I was a happy camper. Overall, service was great and the food was inexpensive. 2 meals and the coffees, plus tip came out to $35. You may also get a celebrity sighting here. Wife lived in the area back in the day and we would always run into celebrities dining at small places. This was before all that social media mumbojumbo. Yes, I am old. Give the place a try. Just get their early. Happy eating!
— Joe G. ✯✯✯✯✯
Wow. This is my new favorite breakfast spot in LA, and that’s saying a lot. The menu is stacked with everything you need and the food tastes awesome. I recommend splitting/sharing a few items to try as much as possible!
— Ian Maddox. ✯✯✯✯✯
This is an excellent restaurant. Very clean environment, excellent customer friendly staff, good prices, and most importantly delicious food.
— John Garcia. ✯✯✯✯✯