When you slip into a yellow plastic booth at this humble, no-frills outpost tucked in a Garland strip mall, what awaits is a Salvadoran breakfast that’s as good and authentic as it gets. Styrofoam plates hold pools of flavorful, puréed black beans, ripe fried plantain, milky slabs of queso fresco, thick handmade tortillas, and eggs any way you please. Among the scrambles with potatoes or chorizo, try the one studded with artichoke-like flor de izote (yucca blossom). Sweet corn tamales come with tangy Salvadoran crema. And don’t miss the full-bodied, cinnamon-y horchata.