WE stopped in here for breakfast before going to visit the Mission. This is such a typical breakfast spot. P had corned beef which was homemade and the side was meat and eggs on muffins. It looked like two meals on one plate. R had eggs and chorizo which was served on tortilla with beans and rice. Kids had French toast and crunchy bacon.
The best part was sitting at the counter watching the cook at work. He told us he worked as a cook for 25 years and that was evident from watching him.