So we started with the Tortilla de papa y chorizo.
It is a fluffy omelet with potatoes, chorizo, onion, manchego cheese and tomato escabeche (escabeche means a dish marinated in an acidic mixture such as vinegar or lemon). That was some omelet! First, the portion was of a good size. Then, it tasted great! The eggs were beautifully cooked: overcooked, eggs can be dry. These were very moist. They cut all the ingredients in it in small pieces, so you could get a bit of everything at each bite.
Then came the torrejas.
The way they make it is that they crust the bread with almonds and corn flakes. In the bottom, they put some tres leches as the photo below shows:
What was great is that the tres leches was not too sweet at all. Otherwise it would have been horrible with the maple syrup!
So, both dishes were fantastic and we ended up paying $23! I will definitely go back there and encourage you to try!
Enjoy (I sure did)!