Imagine my surprise when I found myself eating a delicious plate of nopalitos sauteed with peppers at Harold's House of Omelettes on Thousand Oaks Boulevard today.
A friend had kept telling me that the Mexican food there was fabulous. I scoffed. But he was right.
The place looks like your typical American greasy-spoon breakfast joint, but apparently a Mexican family bought Harold out a few years back and expanded the menu.
In addition to American breakfast, lunch and dinner, they have all kinds of tacos, tortas, chiles rellenos, etc.
It was a nice surprise. Across from the Valero station in a little ugly strip mall.
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