Posts tagged "Mexican"
Chiquita Bonita, Pasadena

Chiquita Bonita, Pasadena

#Authentic Mexican food #Classic Mexican breakfast – Chilaquiles and Huevos Rancheros #Space looks small from the outside, but large and airy on the inside #Will try lunch and dinner next time #Parking available on the street and in the lot in the back Yelp Listing Chiquita Bonita 3565 E Colorado Blvd Pasadena, CA 91107 (626)...
Elvirita Cemitas Poblanas, Los Angeles

Elvirita Cemitas Poblanas, Los Angeles

#Had the carnitas was flavorful and tender, as expected #Cemitas are tortas, Mexican sandwiches, from bread rolls. #Try the hot sauce with peppers to give the cemitas a kick #Glad it is open till 10pm #The quesillo, cheese, was also good, too Yelp Listing Elvirita Cemitas Poblanas 3010 E 1st St Los Angeles, CA 90063 (323)...
Mesa Grill, Vegas

Mesa Grill, Vegas

#Bobby Flay’s restaurant #Went in without any expectation, but throughly enjoyed the food #Great Drinks #Yellow and blue corn cornbread muffins #Everything was really good Yelp Listing Mesa Grill Caesars Palace Las Vegas Hotel And Casino 3570 Las Vegas Boulevard South Las Vegas, NV 89109 (702) 731-7731
Carnitas Michoacan, Los Angeles

Carnitas Michoacan, Los Angeles

Last night, after some K-town drinking. . .a couple of friends and I went to Carnitas Michoacan. I had never heard or been there, but my friends were raving about it. After considering Pinks, Kogi, and King Taco . . . they emphatically insisted on Michoacan. I had to admit that I was skeptical at...
King Taco, Los Angeles

King Taco, Los Angeles

#My late night go-to restaurant, if I am without my wife . . . open 24 Hours #Everyone loves the carne asada (Beef), but I like the al pasto (Pork) #Brough a King Taco Burrito to a Dodger Game FTW! #I also love the sopes, but not so much the tortas #They have over 20...
Yxta Cocina Mexicana, DTLA

Yxta Cocina Mexicana, DTLA

#Love the Mexican corn.  Going to try to make it at home #Thank you Nina for taking us to Yxta #Parking sucks #Great cocktails #”The restaurant was named after owner Jesse Gomez’s professor at Loyola Law School, Yxta Maya Murray” Yxta Cocina Mexicana 601 S. Central Avenue Los Angeles, California 90021 213.596.5579 http://yxta.net/
El Luchador, Shanghai

El Luchador, Shanghai

El Luchador is my favorite Mexican restaurant in Shanghai.  Being from LA, where there is good Mexican food, is important to note.  Though I would’t say I am a connoisseur, but I think I know what most people like, even if they are Angelenos. Eduardo Gomez, hailing from Mexico City, helms the menu and kitchen....
Mi Tierra, Shanghai (closed)

Mi Tierra, Shanghai (closed)

I’ve been planning to return to Los Angeles for a visit in January for month now. And it is December now, and I have been literally counting the days. Near the top of the never-ending list of things to do, eat, and people to get in trouble with, is Mexican food. I can’t help it....
Maya Brunch, Shanghai

Maya Brunch, Shanghai

Miss F was craving something Mexican, as I was, so we ventured to Maya for Sunday brunch. She had heard that Maya was arguably the best Mexican restaurant in town. With that, it sounded like a challenge – as if someone was talking smack about your mother. It was an honor I had to dispute...
El Mexicano, Shanghai (Closed)

El Mexicano, Shanghai (Closed)

El Mexicano 485-2 Zhengmin Rd, near Guoding Rd 政民路485号-2, 近国定路 Shanghai
Mayan Grill, Taipei (Closed)

Mayan Grill, Taipei (Closed)

With growing emergence of Mexican restaurants, in both Shanghai and Taipei, I have seen both high end restaurants like Maya, everyday type of restaurants like Cantina Agave, and almost fast food types like Oola Mexican Grill. Mayan Grill, which opened in the spring of 2011, has entered with its own concept, featuring a great dining space, which...
Cantina Agave, Shanghai

Cantina Agave, Shanghai

I try to avoid certain ethnic cuisines while in Asia, Mexican being one of them. I have tried for years to try to accept Mexican foods in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and now Shanghai. Both in Taiwan and Hong Kong, with the large Asian American population, little Mexican or Tex-Mex joints pop up. The dilemma lies...

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