Great and quick service, you can sit on a small or large table with other people, I always have green chilaquiles with chicken and they're very good. It's also a relief that they accept all cards
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This is a great place for breakfast or brunch. Decor is great w hipster vibe. It is very busy so service is a tad on the slow side, but overall still a very enjoyable experience. The poached eggs were delicious (perfectly poached and swimming in...More
Went for brunch, around noon. Which was a good time, cause most people that were in for early breakfast were already leaving, so wait time was like 5 min only. Tip: look for the "kids" section in your menu. If you don't eat much or...More
A laid-back and informal restaurant with mostly sandwiches and salads. Communal tables, nice environment. Food may be informal but it is very good indeed. Even simple salads have a fantastic twist; sandwiches are always original and delicious. The only criticism is that food, while very...More
Eno is the little sister of Pujol, the very successful and famous fine-dining restaurant next door, serving breakfast, coffee and lunch. It is a very cool place and enormously popular, especially for brunch, with queues outside during the weekends. The food is very good -...More
Casual and absolutely neighborhood authentic Mexican neuvo sandwich place. Just expanded because of their success, the restaurant is a great place to be with actual Mexican's who are up and coming. All the sandwiches are great and the soup also.
Eno restaurant was the perfect brunch spot for my family including two vegetarians and two 80 year olds. We all loved the coffee - bold, smooth, delicious- served in large mugs. One mug was enough. Those who ordered a second could hardly finish it. Everyone...More
Went by a magazine recommendation, the place is good, although is a little bit pricey for the type of food it is nothing that I have not tried in cheaper places with the same quality and taste.