Breakfast at Mesa CafÃ©
Today’s post is a great San Pedro restaurant review for Â Mesa CafÃ© with pictures by Junior blogger Nina Kumar. As I was loading her write up into wordpress it was totally made me hungry, snce they are closed Sunday’s it’s a good thing Dennis just finished making our fruit smoothies. Today we are having watermelon, papaya, strawberry, and soursop. He fortified it with with maca root from Peru, moringa powder & chia seeds from Sol Farms in Teakettle Belize andÂ hemp seeds from Go Nature our island health food store.
On my birthday, my parents surprised me with breakfast at Mesa CafÃ©. Not knowing where we were headed I just got on the cart and went along for the ride. When we arrived at Mesa I got very excited. My parents and I love going there for breakfast and lunch.Â When we got there, without hesitation I ordered my favorite breakfast dish, the Coconut French Toast. There is something different about Chef Zoeâ€™s French toast. While some peopleâ€™s French toast might leave you feeling like going back to bed is an option, she makeâ€™s hers sweet but light enough for you to finish.
My mom had the Chorizo Scramble (an omelet with chorizo, roasted bell pepper and fresh pico de gallo) and my dad had the Scotch Eggs. Mesa CafÃ©, I think, serves up a mean Scotch egg. A scotch egg is a boiled egg wrapped in sausage then breaded and fried.
It was a plus when Zoe gave me a rice krispie treat for my birthday.
While many breakfast places here on the island serve tacos, fry jacks, and burritos for breakfast (all of which I enjoy) Zoe adds flair to her food that makes it one of the best breakfast places on the island. She is open Monday through Friday, 8am to 4pm and is located in the Vilma Linda Plaza on Tarpon Street.