Javier Plascencia's First America Restaurant Unveils Weekend Breakfast Menu | Desayuno = Breakfast at Romesco Mexiterranean Bistro

May 2, 2016

Javier Plascencia's first U.S. restaurant will soon start serving breakfast. Starting this Sunday, Romesco Mexiterranean Bistro will open at 8am and serve breakfast each Saturday & Sunday from 8am-12pm. Since 2005, Romesco has served traditional Mexican and Mediterranean cooking based on authentic, family recipes to legions of fans in San Diego.

The new breakfast menu includes traditional Mexican dishes with Romesco’s Mediterranean twist. Plates range from huevos and omelettes, to chilaquiles and antojitos, to traditional buttermilk pancakes and oatmeal. Menu highlights include the Huevos Norteños - two scrambled eggs with house made beef machaca with heaping sides of refried chorizo beans, potatoes and fresh corn tortillas. A Mexican classic, Chilaquiles al Mole is served covered with mole poblano and drizzled with cotija cheese, cream and sesame seeds. If you’re feeling adventurous or need to get rid of the blues, order the Menudo - a warm bowl of beef tripe stew with corn and topped with cilantro, onion, oregano and radishes. Add a hint of lime for that extra touch of flavor. Romesco may quickly become your new favorite breakfast spot.

Start your weekends off right and head to Romesco for the most important meal of the day. Romesco is located at 4346 Bonita Road in the Southern San Diego neighborhood of Bonita. For more information, visit romescomexmed.com and check out the breakfast menu below.