Soft portuguese roll sliced in half, toasted on both sides. Fill with proteins of choice and toppings that make it the perfect sandwich to take on the go.
The art of tacos is that there's no set rules to what you add to your tortilla. Served on corn or flour tortillas, topped with choice of protein and designated toppings
From Jarritos, to Mexcian (Glass) Coke to Aguas Frescas like Horchata, Jamaica and Mango
For that little gap of hunger that usually stays behind when you come very hungry, a side item will help. Chips, rice, beans, guac, extra meat, you name it.
Antojos in Mexico are shareables. These are items you can eat on your own but can also be shared. You can finish a quesadilla, but can also share. Share your favorite, or not.
We all know burritos. Flour tortilla filled with all it's toppings and wrapped tightly. The special thing about these is that not everywhere you can get burritos with Al pastor or beef tongue. These come with that much more.
Something like you've never eaten before. Similar to a skillet, all it's proteins are grilled along with things such as onions, peppers. Each varies on meats and toppings. They're all topped with mozzarella cheese that melts by the time it gets to you, with a side of pico, avocado and tortillas to make your own tacos
Our platos are a more traditional plate with a choice of protein, rice, beans and tortillas on the side
Taquerias usually don't have salads but we want to offer a lighter option. Our salads are composed of the spring mix topped with its toppings and its choice of meat
Our tacos are kids friendly as long as no pico or spicy items are added. But in case they don't want tacos, we also have these items