Breakfast became popular after we finally figured out how we could make food out of that goo inside of eggs. Rise and dine with this Groupon.
$10 for $20 Worth of Puerto Rican Breakfast, Brunch, and Lunch
The menu features bowls of coconut oatmeal ($4), a plate of two eggs with sweet plantains, toast, and a choice of meat ($8), fried pork ($9), and steak jibarito plantain sandwiches ($8).
Inside the unassuming brick building of Nellie's Restaurant, breakfasts and lunches become Puerto Rican feasts. Bright paintings and charming woodwork set the scene for Nellie's breakfast special, which hits all the highlights of this Humboldt Park spot—an open-faced omelet seasoned with sofrito and loaded with cheese, veggies, salchichon sausage, and sweet plantains, served alongside Nellie's signature coconut oatmeal and garlic bread. American breakfast standards such as egg sandwiches and buttermilk pancakes season plates with more familiar flavors. For lunch, chefs pair beefsteaks with sautéed onions, roast pork Puerto Rican style, and compose variations on mofongo, a traditional Puerto Rican dish made from fried plantains. Standard ham-and-cheese and roasted-pork sandwiches join a lineup of jibaritos, which sandwich savory steak or one of three other fillings between sliced fried plantains.
The sight of diners devouring traditional dishes and sipping malta has been a welcoming one for visitors who just parasailed in from Puerto Rico itself. According to Centerstage, "a governor of Puerto Rico and various state senators and congressmen have all enjoyed the affordable, homemade eats."
The food is great. The servers are very nice. The place is clean.CB S., Yelp, 7/7/12
get the coconut oatmeal- it is heaven.Kyle H., Yelp, 6/6/12
2458 W Division St.
Chicago, Illinois 60622