You wake up, your hungry, so you go for a stroll and you happen to choose one of the many cafe’s lining the street. You don’t expect much. You know you won’t get bacon, there will be no Cholula on the table – but on the upside there will be medialunas :).
Now, a lot of restaurants have this amazing little thing called “menu ejecutivo” – where you can get a few courses for a set price. These are great if you are on a budget but they can be hit or miss. But this place, this place was different.
So, I’ll break it down – 40 some pesos will get you coffee/tea, 2 medialunas a pretty large jamon y queso omelette, a fruit salad, annnnd an orange juice. Oh, and they provided bread. Not only is that a TON of food, it was simple yes, but it was also pretty tasty.
As if that isn’t enough – everything was timed out really well!!!! For some reason at a lot of restaurants here your server will bring you everything all at once. So many times I have sat down ordered a tea to start and they bring it 15-20 min later with my food. SMH. I am thirsty, I would like to have something to sip on while staring into the distance pretending to be deep in thought.
Also, our server was pretty fantastic.
Moral of the story – you have a hunger? You on a budget? Head over to Pueyrredón 1585 (Next to Hospital Aleman) you won’t regret it.