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This authentic Mexican restaurant offers a lot of things we adore on its lunch menu (not least of which are the homemade tortillas), but did you know Tortilleria Perches also serves breakfast? At this tiny hole-in-the-wall, you can find all kinds of Mexican morning fare, from the chorizo y huevos plate (Mexican sausage and eggs) to classic huevos rancheros. But our favorite is the machaca y huevo a la Mexicana Burrito that comes packed with eggs and some truly delicious machaca, a type of dried and rehydrated shredded beef served at breakfast and bursting with flavor. Best part? It’s only $4.25. Order it as a taco, and it’s a mere $1.75.
1715 N. Boonville, Springfield, 417-864-2210
Cook’s Kettle, the restaurant at Victory Trade School, doesn’t have a huge breakfast menu. But it does offer the El Kettle Burrito. It comes stuffed with classic breakfast ingredients: eggs, sausage and shredded cheese. Plus there are a few tasty Mexican flavors wrapped up in the tortilla as well, in the form of a mild green chili sauce, sour cream and salsa for a little kick.
Migulito’s Wrap & Roll Café
3650 S. Campbell Ave., Springfield, 417-719-4250
(Editor's note: This restaurant has closed since the publication of this article.) If you venture to Migulito’s for breakfast, you’ll find breakfast burritos that are pretty inexpensive, ringing up at $6 or $7 each. And they come full of creative flavors. The Ski Bum breakfast burrito is one example. The big tortilla is filled with a mixture of chorizo, eggs, fresh sautéed vegetables, bacon and of course cheese.
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