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Monday, 04 April 2016



5 hits out of 10! Not bad.


Glad that the land animals did well, maybe they need to stock smaller quantities of the seafood so they refresh their stock faster.


Hi Junichi - Not bad at all!

I'll just avoid the seafood Jason.


The owners of this place also owns Tostadas down the street (site of the failed Swoon Dessert Bar)as well as the more simple IB Street Tacos in, well,IB. I still want to try that place.I'll have to try the chorizo and pork tacos at City next time.


If you enjoy this place, you may like City Taco's sister store, Tostada's, right down the street. Their seafood might be a little fresher there. I like the finer details in how the tortillas are prepped/served differently depending on the menu item at City Tacos. Wish they would do a better job with the freshness of seafood.


Hey CC - I have Tostadas on my list...but probably won't go until the weather gets warmer.

Hey LL - Yes, I have Tostadas on my "list".

Soo @ hungryones

I wanna try the carnitas taco. Never had it with mango before...


That was pretty good Soo!


I also usually get the Borrego taco. Needs a little bit more spice though; I add more chipotle creme usually but use the chile arbol sauce when I'm feeling more adventurous.

I haven't landed on a consistent second favorite though. The pork tenderloin taco was too sweet for me. I think last time I got the chile relleno taco which was pretty good.


Hey Derric - I'd go with the milder heat salsas at CT...that chili de arbol really lacks dimension in my mind and you lose a lot of the lamb flavor what anything too blazing hot. Glad you're liking Zgara too!




I meant ! not ? :)


LoL Kat! It's pretty good overall!

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