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Anepalco's Cafe

Map & Directions 415 S. Main St.
Orange, CA 92868
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714-771-2333
  • Cafe, French, Fusion, Mexican
  • Sun, Sat 8am-2pm, Mon-Fri 7am-4pm
  • Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Takeout
  • Breakfast, Lunch
  • Not Necessary, Accepted
  • Lot Available

Description

OC Weekly's Description

Though the chef is Mexican, he jumps from the Sierra Madre to the
Pyrenees to the Rio Grande to combine French, Spanish, American and Mexican
traditions into one of the better cafes around. This is the type of place
where crepes exist alongside huevos rancheros, where you're as apt to enjoy
a croque monsieur (like eating a flavored pillow, it is) as a beef dip,
where "tortilla" can mean the rolled-up vessel of the Aztecs or the Spanish
version, a kind of potato-egg pancake. More than novelty, nearly all the
attempts at transcontinental and trans-Atlantic fusion work wonderfully.

 
Member Reviews

  • rcox1 wrote a review for Anepalco's Cafe
    on 03/15/10
    4

    I LOOVEE the Chilaquiles here! So delicious. Their Huevos Rancheros are delicious as well. Place doesn't get too packed, but a lot of the locals go there. They have a good variety of sandwiches as well that I have yet to try. I'm excited to in the future though. Prices are ridiculously cheap for the amount of food you get. My mouth is watering for some right now!

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Tips from foursquare

  • OC Weekly on 01/24/11

    Order the Crepes con Caramel! It's stuffed with bananas inside, then topped with jullienned green apples and walnuts. So good!

  • Albert H. on 08/01/10

    the chilaquiles are incredible!

  • Christine on 02/08/13

    Anepalco's chilaquiles with carnitas for the #WIN!

  • Isidro G. on 08/03/11

    Obviously the chilaquiles are great and so are the Huevos Divorciados.

  • Daniel S. on 02/29/12

    Best breakfast item on the menu is the Chilaquiles.

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