My first breakfast
on Isla, and a fantastic way to kick off any day, Mayan
Eggs Benedict topped with a chaya hollandaise. Chaya is
a spinach like plant that dates back to Mayan times.
I headed back for
lunch a couple of days later. Tried their yellow tuna
cake salad. The server warned me it took about
twenty minutes to prepare as the hard boiled eggs are
cooked to order. The tuna cakes are great, though
I could have used a couple of more.
My server pointed
me towards Rooster iced tea. Glad she did. Iced
tea blended with some juice and spices.
Rooster bakes its
bread. Both days I was there, it had bits of cranberry
A nice place for
breakfast and lunch and watching life pass by on Avenue