“Chilaquiles rojos con huevos revueltos” is a common order for me at restaurants across Mexico. Chilaquiles is a traditional Mexican dish of cut corn tortillas lightly fried, and slathered in a green or red sauce. The dish is simmered, then topped with queso fresco, crema, and onions. They are often served with eggs or chicken, though they can be ordered without. They are usually on the breakfast menu, but many restaurants will serve them any time of the day. A good plate of Chilaquiles might cost $35 to $60 pesos, around $3-$5 US.
I thought I would share some photos of the Chilaquiles I have enjoyed, you can see some regional differences in the way they are prepared.