R&R Taqueria, located next to the Shell petrol station on Route One at the northwest corner of its intersection with Route 175 serves delicious food at reasonable prices. The bill-of-fare is not limited to tacos, but also includes traditional Mexican full breakfasts, that include my favorite, huevos rancheros. The owner/chef is from Puebla, a region about a hundred miles southwest of the capital that is noted for the quality of its cuisine, and R & R upholds the proud tradition of cocina Poblana. My person favorite antojito Mexicano served at R&R is Sopes con carne pastor, a huge and thick fried disc of corn masa, topped with grilled meat al pastor, chopped romaine lettuce, black beans refrito, grated Mexican cheese, mayonnaise, and salsa verde. I like to mix the salsa verde with the mayonnaise, as the result deliciously flavors the meat, beans, and fried corn masa. The prices are very reasonable. The quality of the food is the equal of MVP and south Florida's Dona Raquel. When in Highlandtown, one should eat at MVP but in Howard county we can be justly proud of R&R.