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Denver CO: Ted'z Place

I enjoyed an outstanding breakfast at Ted'z Place, located in the industrial section on the northeast side of Denver. The place bills itself as serving Mexican/American/Italian. My server explained that Ted's dad taught him how to make Mexican food and his ex-wife taught him Italian.
I couldn't finish this huge breakfast despite its outstanding flavor. Ted's pancake is much better than what I make. It is thick and extremely fluffy; a light crisp on the edges and top/bottom give a great textural contrast. This is the best pancake I have had in quite some time. The main plate featured cheese enchiladas, eggs, home fries, and refried beans. The sauce on the enchiladas reminded me why the West is the place to come for Mexican food. The combination of chiles, tomatoes, and meat flavors gives a superb flavor that makes for a wonderful, hearty breakfast. I may need to work on an enchilada sauce for my breakfasts at home...

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