Mel & Alda’s a.k.a. Breakfast at Fredy’s – Isla Mujeres

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When Mel & Alda’s was situated in the Colonias we had the pleasure of visiting Fredy, Anna and their daughter Jennie. Boy, oh boy, can this family cook!

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The gang ordered the sopas (a thick crunchy corn tortilla) topped with a seasoned chicken and pulled pork. Everyone agreed that they were sensational!

I asked for Fredy’s recommendation and tasted a bean, pork & queso quesadilla. It was delicious but did not make for a stellar photo.

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Fredy sat down at the next table to have a visit with Anna and eat his own breakfast.

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Perhaps he say us ooggling his plate, so he ordered a second one for us to share. These were fried tortilla strips, a light tomato sauce, topped with two fried eggs, cremo, and a great avocado sauce. They too were fantastic!

We¬†intend to visit Fredy’s for breakfast when we are on the island in the near future. I cannot stop thinking about those eggs!

Kath’s quote: “An egg is always an adventure; the next one may be different.”-Oscar Wilde

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Love, that is all.

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2 Comments to

“Mel & Alda’s a.k.a. Breakfast at Fredy’s – Isla Mujeres”

  1. Avatar January 28th, 2016 at 8:33 am Isla Mujeres Trip Report-Day Eleven, Part One - Food Musings | Winnipeg food blog Says:

    […] our way to visit Fredy and Anna’s breakfast restaurant in the Colonias. Fredy explained how Mel and Alda’s was named for their grandkids Melodie and […]


  2. Avatar March 26th, 2018 at 9:45 am Ana's Breakfast at Fredy's-Isla Mujeres 2018 - Food Musings | Winnipeg food blog Says:

    […] Ana, wife of Fredy has her sopes. We first tasted them when she set up a breakfast restaurant call Mel and Alda’s in […]


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