We ate breakfast at Mijita in the Ferry Building on Saturday and I have to say, it will be our last visit to this restaurant. When it first opened, I was a big fan. It was fresh, fast (despite the lines) and the Huevos Rancheros were quite good.
Something has changed drastically there. We went a few weeks ago and I thought "well this isn't the good food I remembered." This past visit, we ordered huevos, fresh chips, guacamole, etc. When the cook said "order's up." We waited. Waited a bit longer and I pointed to the dish only to be admonished, " can you see we're busy?" Should have been the only tip I needed. but we sat down and the beans were cold and watery, the eggs undercooked and the chips were burned. I don't do this very often, but I took the dish up to the counter, explained (nicely). Without a word, the cook took it away with no explanation. After standing there a moment, I returned to our table. When it came back out it had been nuked in the microwave and the eggs were hard as rocks.
Nope. Not again. There are too many other good places to eat in the Ferry Building who care about what they are serving.