Homemade Breakfasts

We take pride in our cooking, most of our ingredients are fresh sourced from local farmers and suppliers. We try not to repeat a breakfast in 8 days, so for 8 days you will be served a different breakfast, all served with Cafe Finca Cialitos an artisanal Coffee and fresh local seasonal fruits delivered directly from the farms.

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Quiche, Spinach and Mushrooms 

Spinach Quiche, made with local urban Chicken eggs, local mushrooms and Vaca Negra Cheese, served with a slice of Avocado on a bed of Kale. Note: The spinach and Kale are form the roof garden of Casa Sol. Buen provecho…

French Toast Brioche

French Toast, made with artisanal Brioche bread, from Lavain Bakery, suffed with Lady finger bananas garnished with a Tamarind sauce and smoked bacon.

Scrambles Eggs with Longaniza and Fried Plantains

Scrambled eggs with Artisanal Pork Longaniza from Orocovis, fried yellow plantain from Jayuya and Pan de agua from La Jerezana freshly baked this morning. Served on a bed of Hoja de guineo leave.


Waffles made with coconut oil, milk yogurt, fresh sweet potatoes (from Barranquitas) garnished with banana, mint leave and a Guava sauce.

Eggs Casa Sol 

A take-off from the famous Eggs Benedict, which we call Eggs Casa Sol. Our special ingredient is Pumpkin from San Sebastian. Eggs Casa Sol combines many great flavors first the patty made of grated potato and pumpkin, on top a thin slice of Tomato from Mayaguez, chopped basil from our roof garden over that a cooked to perfection poached egg with a cheddar cheese sauce on top, what a treat, just delicious.

Coconut PanCakes 

Pancakes made with coconut milk yogurt, and fresh coconut flakes, toped with Acerola Maple sauce and smoked bacon. We get our coconuts from Loiza Puerto Rico .

Vegetable Omelet 

Our vegetable omelet with papas criollas which include, Aguacate from Adjuntas, Calabaza from Jayuya, Onion from Isabela, eggs from Gallinas Ponedoras, spinach and scallions from our roof garden, mushrooms from Puerto Rico and potatoes from far away….

Mallorcas with ham, cheese and eggs 

A very local a traditional Old San Juan Breakfast… A freshly baked Mallorca from La Mallorca on San Francisco Street in OSJ, with ham, Cheese and eggs, buttered up and pressed flat between the hot steel plates of a griddle then showered with a flurry of confectioners’ sugar. Mallorcas, which are named for the Spanish island where they originated and where they are known as ensaimadas are a tradition in Old San Juan.