One of my favorite Mexican restaurants has got to be El Torero. It started out in 1981 and now it has 8 locations in Georgia and Tennessee. El Torero is always packed but finding seats is never a challenge. With a large staff to cover the floors during the lunch rush, getting a speedy service is always guaranteed. You will be handed a giant menu that has every items and combinations you can think of. It’s nearly unthinkable to find a single dish that your taste buds wouldn’t like. Continue Reading
MJ Korean Tacos & Wings is the only one of its kind of restaurant here so far in Duluth that does a Korean Mexican food fusion and its becoming quite popular. It’s in the same shopping plaza as Honey Pig and Nori so having extra dining options around here for the picky is a plus. Coming around here during lunch hours can get a little busy so expect it to Continue Reading
If you’re looking for cheap authentic Mexican food, I highly recommend checking out Don Pedro Mexican Restaurant. Ever since they started out selling 99 cents tacos out of a food truck back in 2001, they have quickly gained a reputation for having the best-bang-for-your-buck tacos. Now they have finally expanded to three physical locations in Gwinnett with a wider menu. The Don Pedro that I went to was the one on Buford Hwy and there’s always a good amount of traffic passing through their doors at all hours of the day. Continue Reading
Taqueria Del Sol is located in the nicer area of Atlanta with Yeah! Burger within proximity. If you’re patient unlike someone like me, you’ll do fine waiting in a long line that reaches far beyond the entrance door. Taqueria Del Sol is known for their tacos but they separate themselves from the others by adding a southern flair that changes the dynamics of how you ever thought tacos should be. They keep a very small selection of food available on the menu with stuff their good at and to ensure maximum quality control across the board. Depending on the week, they usually add new items on the menu for a short while.
El Dorado is a small friendly Mexican restaurant is surrounded by Korean shops such as Suno Dessert and Scissor Hands on Pleasant Hill. Unlike Tex-Mex that you’ll find everywhere else, El Dorado offers real Mexicans dishes such as cow tongue tacos, tortas, fajitas and more with half of the menu written in Spanish that I don’t have a clue on what it means.