This Mexican gem on gentrifying Northeast Alberta Street offers a scene that's muy aut�ntico and a menu that's plenty barato for the money-conscious. For breakfast, the huevos con chorizo ($5) are a satisfying, meaty start to the day. And for lunch, get an extra fork so your favorite gringa can help dig into the wonderfully oversized bean-and- cheese burrito special ($6.95) with a green-chile sauce that packs a punch. Looking to venture into gluttony? Order a side of chips and salsa ($2.50) or quesadillas ($3) to make sure you're in full waddle when you say, "Adios, amigos." (HS)