Now I’m sure you’ve had chilaquiles one time or another, and if you haven’t, well you’re truly missing out.
Chilaquiles is a traditional Mexican dish typically eaten for breakfast using tortilla chips topped with green or red salsa or mole and simmered until the tortilla starts softening. The dish is sprinkled with queso fresco and/or crema (sour cream) and can be served with eggs or beans.
I’ve had homemade chilaquiles as well as those in Mexican restaurants, but none comes close to the one from Anepalco’s Cafe.
Unlike other chilaquiles I’ve had, the one here is served with smashed tortillas and presented in the shape of a rice cake topped with egg, sour cream, pico de gallo, avocado and an out-of-this-world chile sauce around the plate. This is chilaquiles extraordinaire. Not only is it a work of art, but a mouthwatering experience!
80% of the customers come here for the chilaquiles and if it is your first time here, I highly suggest ordering them. After you’ve been hit by the thunderbolt that is the chilaquiles, then you can think about exploring the rest of the menu.
415 South Main Street
Orange, CA 92868-3835