The breakfast menu at Tienda Casa Paloma lists at least seven items, but every time we visit this cheery Mexican restaurant, it comes down to this: Will it be the huevos rancheros or the chorizo and eggs? The huevos (tortillas with over-medium eggs plopped on top) have everything we want from our breakfast -- the eggs, the carbs, the savory. The chorizo and eggs have that so-good-it-can-only-be-bad-for-you pork sausage. Whatever we choose, we dress it with selections from the salsa bar, where mild is a pleasant mix of garlic, peppers, onions and fresh tomatoes, and extra hot's rough translation is: I have come inside your nostrils to administer a beatdown. We know a guy from Texas who's a total snob about this town's Mexican offerings, and he pays Tienda Casa Paloma perhaps the best compliment of all: He eats there every week. It helps that la Tienda serves breakfast all day.