Squimz looks like a typical casual coffee shop, but I had perhaps the best breakfast I have ever enjoyed in Mexico—and I’ve had some great ones. We started with some delicious and refreshing “Jugos Naturales,” fresh fruit juices. I had the Hawái (pineapple/orange/strawberry, 37 pesos) and my wife ordered the Sol de Jamaica (mango/orange/melon, 38 pesos). My wife really enjoyed her Chilaquiles con Pollo in salsa verde (72 pesos) but my Chilaquiles Valladolid (with cochinita!) at 92 pesos would be worth a return trip to Valladolid. Looking back at the entire 10-day trip, this was one of the two best meals of my entire vacation. In the future, if I am even passing through Valladolid I will have to stop for those chilaquiles—I am spoiled for life. The total for this incredible meal was 239 pesos. If we lived in Valladolid we would be here almost daily. When we finished we stepped outside to look for a cab that would take us to Ek Balam, and the restaurant manager summoned one and told him where we were going.
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