Calle Manuel Doblado S/N23400 7:00 a.m-8:00p.m.
No outside seating. Bakery attached to the restaurant. Very friendly staff. It seemed like a popular place, and was the busiest restaurant we visited besides Flora’s.
I ordered the Cabo Breakfast (substituted a veggie omelet for the shrimp) and fried egg sandwhich. The breakfast combo came with orange juice, coffee, a mediocre fruit/yogurt parfait (the granola was definitely not homemade like the menu stated), a huge omelet, and a sweet bread (I opted for a jalepeno/cream cheese roll instead). I was also given a few slices of a freshly made baguette, which was very good.
My husband was very pleased with the fried egg sandwich which consisted of a delicious challah bread, eggs over easy, aioli and arugula. On the side were two slices of bacon and hashbrowns.
Our total was about $38 USD, which is more than we like to pay in Mexico. The portions were very large. If I were to visit this establishment again, I would skip the mediocre coffee, and order a scrambled egg and roll to go. I noticed many locals taking baked items to go. The breads on offer all looked delicious.