I am finally writing about the Grand Central Market.
Its not Eggslut or Wexler's Deli that I praise, but Jose Chiquito.
This modest stall wedged between Tacos Tumbres a Tomas and Golden Road Brewing has neither long lines nor brioche buns. But it more than compensates with its breakfast burritos.
Within a warm tortilla, toasty hash brown potatos pad a filling of eggs, tomato, pepper, onion and (most crucially) avocado. The saltiness of the hash browns, the sweetness of the onions and tomatoes, and the tangy sourness of the avocado hit all the right gustatory nerves. .
True "comfort" food, the burrito (pictured below) bursts to it's seams and will certainly stuff yours: the vegetarian variety--which I order because I can't eat pork-- always keep me full from breakfast until dinner.
By the way, one burrito only costs about $7.00 including tax, a rare find these days at the market (or really anywhere in downtown)..
Remember to always eat your breakfast, kids.