Was an all around delight! Its humble appearance kept it relaxing, the menu a tad confusing and the food…perfecto. After having a wonderful conversation in line with a local, we ordered a chile reyeno plate and taquitos, these were unlike any taquitos I ever had. My poor mind is usually cursed with thinking of the 7-11 death sticks I’ve had the misfortune of eating once or twice. I dare say the majority of American’s taquitos eating experience is in the 7-11 parking lot, drunk. This was wildly different, twas real like how your Abualita makes.
The chile reyeno I was scared about, this big green chilli stuffed with cheese then fried was giving me terrible flashbacks of my one and only prior experience with them. I was staying down the street from a place where this pepper grew in Guatemala. The people I was with prepared and fried it, the second I touched my lips to the hot battered outside a rush of pain and my month went out of commission – numb for about 30 minutes. So I made Dylan try it first, and it was sweet 🙂
My recommendation, sit in the front and you will get nice music in the background because of the video arcade games there. Also if you like horchata, theirs is pretty fabulous.
- The Top 5 Cities in the US to go on a Taco Cleanse (lazysmurf.wordpress.com)