Mexican-Indian fusion might sound like an unlikely combination, but when you’re hungover and/or hangry and stuffing your face with a Tikka Masala Burrito it suddenly all makes sense. This simple little cafe is best appreciated on a sunny day (AKA every day) on the patio with a breakfast burrito. Or, you know, on the couch after you’ve ordered takeout. Be warned, it closes early (at 9pm).
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