We had business downtown on a Monday morning and decided to add breakfast to our schedule rather than having the old boring cereal at home. La Estacion was hopping! Lots of folks there, including an EMS table (I felt quite safe!) and another of politicos. It's apparently the place to be.
In my opinion a test of any establishment offering breakfast is the quality of the coffee. I am pleased to report that La Estacion offers a full-bodied and tasty beverage, none of that watery stuff. Woke me right up.
I usually order Migas, but I let my dining companion have that honor. They were a fine traditional mix of eggs, tortilla strips and cheese, and were pronounced delicious. I went for the Huevos a la Mexicana, which included scrambled eggs, Mexican sausage, potatoes, onion, and tomatoes. This dish was also excellent. Servings were generous. Both dishes came with several slices of thick, lean, crispy bacon, semi-refried beans, and very tasty fried potatoes. Homemade flour tortillas came with each order. The dishes were not overly picante; we both added the salsa which was fresh and well-flavored, but not very spicy. If you like heat you'll need to request it. Of course being a coward the taste was perfect for me.
I suspect that lunch is just as good as breakfast. I think I'll plan some business downtown around the noon hour next time. Love the place.