Had breakfast here a couple of times, not super busy and just enough off the beaten track for it to be frequented more by locals. Great coffee, pastry offerings, fresh breads and a good cooked breakfast which isn't crazy big.
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The huevos rancheros that I had for breakfast consisted of two eggs on a tortilla with some salsa, cheese and a few beans. I thought pretty skimpy for the $12+ that I paid. The huevos rancheros that I had at the Happy Rooster in San...More
Decent breakfast/lunch spot, but the breakfast is incredibly overpriced. We had the french toast (1 piece of bread) with 1 egg - $14 which probably costs the restaurant less than a dollar to make. Nothing spectacular about the french toast nor the egg and that...More
Best croissants ever, and I am from Europe so I have had my share of croissants. I started with the American breakfast which was just great (borrowed the expression from the president). My colleague had the huevo Ranchero which he really liked. So I'd you...More
How do I love fresh bread? My wife thinks I'm a toast addict. That may be true I can always have a couple more pieces of toast with various toppings with who knows what, oh my gosh, let's make a sandwich now. The selection of...More
Great bread bakery with fantastic croissants! The Huevos Rancheros comes with a most tasty homemade salsa - beats any bland hotel breakfast anytime! Good people, good service. Enjoy!
We greatly enjoyed our breakfast at D'Angelo's before we caught the train for a visit to San Diego. Park at the Train Station and it is a short pleasant walk for a great breakfast. Great food and service, interesting and varied menu and really good...More