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El Huarachito

Perfect For:BrunchBreakfast

Sometimes less is more, but not when it comes to chilaquiles at El Huarachito. If you're craving spicy totopos at this Lincoln Heights spot, we strongly encourage going with El Campesino (a.k.a chilaquiles with everything else you could possibly want.) The large plate comes with a serving of red chilaquiles with a smoky, savory salsa roja, queso cotija, and a generous drizzle of crema. The totopos sit next to some fairly tasty breakfast potatoes with bell pepper, two fried eggs, and some very good frijoles that we always want more of. 

Jakob Layman

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