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Bravo Taqueria (Redwood City) - quite good!


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Bravo Taqueria (Redwood City) - quite good!

Mick Ruthven | Sep 24, 2007 08:44 PM

I stopped at Bravo Taqueria on Woodside Road in Redwood City this evening. They bill themselves as serving Healthy Homemade Mexican Food. I think that's accurate, and they're really more than a taqueria. I had their grilled fish (Red Snapper) filet plate. It arrived with a generous serving of very nice looking grilled fish, rice (the light brown type), mixed vegetables, and tortillas (choice of corn or flour). All for $9! The fish was excellent, not really seasoned much at all but just quite good grilled fish. The rice was probably the best of its type I've ever had. The vegetables might have been frozen but were very tasty, somehow flavored but without a sauce. The tortillas were just OK, nothing special, but held ingredients nicely for a try at do-it-youself fish tacos. They have a large menu, with stardard taqueria items plus several things you don't expect to see at a taqueria (like my meal). There's a salsa bar with six good salsas and other condiments. If you go, skip the fish taco plate (also $9) which I had the one time I stopped there previously; the fish tacos were unremarkable to me and not at all as appealing as the grilled fish plate.

Bravo Taqueria
980 Woodside Rd.
Redwood City

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