We instead selected the Santa Fe Benedict ($9.49) and the carnitas skillet ($9.49). And the reason I phrased it that way, with the we, is that "we" decided that "we" would order two dishes and that my fellow diner would look them over and then choose the one that "we" liked the best to eat.
But I'm not bitter.
Because both options arrived and looked great. And I got a good sample of both regardless.
My fellow diner ended up with the Santa Fe Benedict, which was the traditional English muffin with poached eggs and hollandaise sauce but also included some top-notch pico de gallo, avocado slices and shredded chicken carnitas with a heaping helping of hash browns on the side.
I can't exactly put my finger on why, but the hollandaise was a step above most of the hollandaise that I've eaten. And the chicken was of high quality and well-seasoned but didn't overwhelm the dish.