Daily breakfast menu is posted in Spanish & English. As the two of us approach the dining area, one of the staff meets us to take our orders. They write on a small sheet of scratch paper in what appears to be Spanish short hand. We are ask to take our seat and our food is assembled and brought to our table.
Our usual server is a small man in his forties. He is always dressed in a pair of black pants and light blue shirt. He has absolutely no personal charm, but he is very efficient moving from table to table. I try to be extra cheerful and greet him “Buenos días” brightly with big smile behind my mask. A few times, he didn’t quite get our orders right and usually coffee or Mexican hot chocolate are served lukewarm. This is not a place to expect great service.
As you can see, I am getting “creative” with my breakfast which I still regard as the most important meal of the day.
Aloha -- Cathi