Taking inspiration from various Mexican regional cuisines with a decided bent on his native Oaxaca.The menu has a variety of delicacies from the standard tacos al vapor (steam cooked tacos) which are a decidedly traditional and less greasy option to grilled street tacos; to grill pressed tortas, tostadas, and soups running the gamut from goat to beef pancita. Fresh made juices available.
Also had the birria- Birria is traditionally a goat stew although lamb can occasionally be substituted. This particular recipe was more Jalisco style, which has a lighter broth or consomme. Garnished with cilantro and onion. Perfectly accompanied by their handmade tortillas. Read more
Tasty, authentic Mexican food at reasonable prices with speedy/friendly service. Small location with limited seating (can only accommodate groups up to 4 people) in Mount Pleasant, clean, casual, and bright. recommend the mole tamale because the masa is amazing a. The al pastor taco was a bit disappointing because it doesn't have pineapple (the meat is apparently marinated in pineapple juice, but I couldn't tell). I'll tacos come with cilantro and onion and nothing more, which is just the way it should be for authentic Mexican tacos. The beef taco was also pretty good, but not flavorful enough without the sauce. The tortillas are absolutely outstanding and I recommend ordering a side of tortillas just to dip in the sauces if you're still hungry! Read More
I've been here a few times, and I usually leave happy! It's a good place to sit and read and people-watch. The tacos here are delightful If you're ever in Mt Pleasant, definitely stop by!