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Ramshackle, bare-bones, perpetually crowded hole in the wall offers excellent tacos, tostadas, tortas, and burritos at rock-bottom prices. The lengua (beef tongue) taco is tender and luscious; the al pastor (marinated pork) burrito is peppery and edged with lime and cilantro; the chorizo (sausage) torta is sweet, spicy, and habit-forming. Steak, chicken, cabeza (stewed head meat), and tripe are also available, as are enchiladas, quesadillas, and several varieties of agua fresca.

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Ramshackle, bare-bones, perpetually crowded hole in the wall offers excellent tacos, tostadas, tortas, and burritos at rock-bottom prices. The lengua (beef tongue) taco is tender and luscious; the al pastor (marinated pork) burrito is peppery and edged with lime and cilantro; the chorizo (sausage) torta is sweet, spicy, and habit-forming. Steak, chicken, cabeza (stewed head meat), and tripe are also available, as are enchiladas, quesadillas, and several varieties of agua fresca.

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Price: $
Payment Type: cash

Parking: Street


Reservations: Not Accepted


Extra Info: Parking: Difficult. Muni: 14, 33, 48, 49, 67.

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