Café de la Parroquia
In-the-know expats congregate for morning meals at Café de la Parroquia for a wide range of Mexican standards like chilaquiles (fried tortilla strips with salsa, cheese, and eggs). Expats love this place for its tranquil and shaded courtyard setting with fountain and reliable food.
|There are a few tables indoors for chilly mornings or rainy summer afternoons. As one of the most popular breakfast places in San miguel, if you go on a Sunday, be prepared to wait in line.|
|Café de la Parroquia serves breakfasts, lunches and dinners in a cozy courtyard near the Parroquia. Try the chilaquiles verdes for a traditional Mexican breakfast. Food is simple, consistently good, and reasonably priced. The patio atmosphere is relaxing with a central fountain and birds singing from cages.
|The Omelette de la Parroquia is a Spanish-style omelette, a huge platter of eggs, cooked with sliced potatoes, onion and bacon—delicious! And Francoise, the French owner, happily keeps the coffee cups full.|
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