La Tienda Guido’s Breakfast

 

 Cozumel La Tienda Guido's Breakfast

Cozumel La Tienda Guido’s Breakfast

A great, relatively new addition to the breakfast choices for Cozumel, is definitely one of the better choices. La Tienda Guido’s has great lunches, an amazing selection of local and imported foods, an impressive deli case and an extraordinary wine and Belgian beer inventory. Now add great breakfasts to that list.

Two of our favorite items on the menu are the huevos motuleños suizo and the huevos pocheados Guidos. The motuleños are two fried eggs on tortillas, a smear of black beans, savory tomatoes, peas, bits of chorizo and grated swiss cheese. The poached eggs are on an English muffin, with black forest ham and a chipotle bechamel sauce. Two nice twists on classic egg dishes. We shared bites and it will be hard to choose which dish I will order next time. I loved both of them.

Cozumel La Tienda Guido's Breakfast

A side of fresh fruit comes with the eggs. One of us got the fruit plate topped with the homemade yogurt. Wow.

Cozumel La Tienda Guido's Breakfast

For coffee snobs like me and my friend Steve (who roasts his own beans), we were more than a little suspicious of the coffee pods and machine by Nespresso. You have your choice of nearly eight different strengths or flavors of coffee. The milk steamer/frother is part of the Nespresso unit. Pretty much automatic espresso. We were both impressed. Really good cups of coffee and rich, foamy milk. It’s probably the best latte that I have had from a no-fuss espresso machine. Ask at the tienda about purchasing a machine and the pods.

Cozumel La Tienda Guido's Breakfast

La Tienda Guido’s is open for breakfast at 8:00 am every day except Sunday. Av 15 and Calle 10.

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Welcome to the Cozumel Sun! I have been a full-time resident of Cozumel since 2006 and have a lot of great information about Cozumel to pass on to my readers. In Cozumel I have been the translator and editor of Cozumel Today Magazine and the creator of News Cozumel, an English section of news and information in “Tiempo de Cozumel", one of the oldest newspapers on the island. In addition to my editorial duties, I have provided volunteer translation services to residents, tourists, and local businesses. My version of retirement, is to provide this service to the English Speaking Community and raise funds to help those in need in our beautiful island paradise. Together, it is full time work, seven days per week, but very rewarding! I am always fine tuning this publication, with an end goal of providing my readers the latest news and information. Readers are welcome to provide articles, pictures, and reviews to both our website and Facebook pages.