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Tuesday, 01 May 2012



I've been meaning to check this place out, since it is in my neighborhood. The Yelp hype it has received both got it on my radar and has me suspicious. I'll have to give it a try.


they looks great (minus the hard bits)


I never have had any hard bits on my lamb tacos but like any restaurant some days are better than others. The first time I went it was on a Sunday morning and the tacos that day were the most flavorful of all the times I have gone. But usually they are fairly consistent. I tried a steak tampiquena and it was more like a carne asada and not really a steak. They also serve street tacos which I might try next but the lamb/barbacoa when they are on their game is the way to go.


Hi Mike - Yeah, well most of the stuff is pretty much taco shop standard, but the barbacoa is good.

Hi Kat - Yes, pretty god overall.....

Hi Jeff - Well, I can only tell you about the meal I had, right? Like the lamb flavor, but would appreciate a bit more seasoning, using the shaker of iodized salt ain't gonna do it for me.


I go by this place daily, I'll have to watch for the lamb signs.


Hey Rodzilla - You should check them out....if only for the lamb. You might find it "Ommy-nommy"! LOL!


Huevas rancheros here is unreal

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