It was their anniversary, it was very busy and the Critic won’t pass judgement on the experience he had this morning with the Better Half and several other, local guests. Breakfast was long, leisurely (not for the two waitresses desperately working the entire restaurant inside and out) and the food delicious. Good coffee too.
The space is cozy and attractive and chef Yohann kind in his attention to his guests.
Some serious swinging music in the garden
Some serious swinging music in the garden Part II
The garden patio, full of happy eaters
View to the street, from the inside
Pretty flowers as centerpieces throughout
A quick breakfast at Habanero’s which at 11 AM was surprisingly full of people. Better Half and the starving Critic had 30 minutes to snarf down a breakfast. Both had been here before and were always happy with the food and the service, and today was not disappointing at all.
The food is great and comes out of the kitchen fast, the salsas are still made to order (you pick the chiles and ingredients and they hand-grind them for you in a metate and the service has only gotten better with time. Everyone is friendly and people stop by the table check to see that everything is good.
Highly recommended for a filling breakfast or some real Yucatecan food at lunch. Valet parking too, if you are in a hurry.
Chilaquiles w mole and dos huevos
Salsa de tomate made to order with the chiles of your preference
Huevos with longaniza sausage. There’s enough huevos to feed a small village here