|Menu (part 1)|
|Menu (part 2)|
|Menu (part 3)|
|They will post lunch specials here, along with a helpful translation for various meats/poultry|
|Pork Guisado with rice and beans|
|Corn tortillas, made in house|
The house-made corn tortillas had just come out of the steamer. While they were a bit hot to handle at first, they were pliable, yet thick enough to make little pork tacos to nosh on. I always love anything made in-house, and if a Mexican restaurant will go the extra mile to make their own corn tortillas, I really tip my cap to them.
A side note: I got my meal to go, and Junior's uses styrofoam containers. It doesn't really bother me, but it's something that the more environmentally conscious individual would raise a red flag over.
By my standards, the Pork Guisado was a large appetizer portion. But then again, I have an abnormally huge appetite, so most people will get their fill from this place. Lunch specials are generally the way to go for a cheap, tasty meal. Overall, it was pretty much an average experience. 5.5/10