San Francisco style Cal Mex in the village.
What We Had
I had the Chicken Chipotle Tacos – 2 pulled chicken, tomatillo salsa and black bean tacos with a salsa fresco salad – Nicely seasoned, juicy chicken and good beans – too wet to eat as a traditional taco, but very tasty all the same.
My DH had the Blackened Chicken Burrito – His was really nicely seasoned – the best burrito (outside of Moe’s) we’ve had in quite a long time. It hit the Moe’s button a fair amount, too, especially since the Moe’s up here are very hit and miss quality-wise.
I also had a Virgin Mango Margarita – Frozen and delicious on a hot afternoon.
And my DH had a Dos Equis on tap.
We also ordered chips and salsa, which was good and fresh.
Old bar looking interior with minimal decor and lots of sun.
Not the speediest service on the block.
A great find. The menu is huge and varied, the burritos punch the Moe’s button, and the tacos weren’t bad at all.
4 out of 5 for being better than expected, despite lackluster service.