Alejandro ordered their egg specialty, "Huevos Estilo Bajío"
I had a "huarache". A "huarache" is similar to a "picada" or "sope", but it has a large, oblong shape. It gets its name from the fact that it looks like the sole of a "huarache" or Mexican sandal. In addition to the usual toppings of beans and salsa, this "huarache" was covered with "carnitas", tender bits of slowly simmered pork.
I had two cups of hot chocolate (you can get a refill as you would with a cup of coffee), and Alejandro had pineapple "atole". "Atole" is a hot beverage made from corn flour. I don't particularly care for it, but it is very traditional and very popular in Mexico. Both of us also had orange juice and sweet rolls.
It was a delicious breakfast, and we didn't need to eat again until we had a light, evening supper.