Has anyone been to La Carne recently? Please reply with your experiences. We had a few bad experiences there a few years ago and are afraid to go back but my husband wants to take a client there and needs some feedback. thanks in advance.
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Instead of a fried shell, crunchy tortilla chips mingle in a base of crisp, sturdy romaine. Try leftover mild, crumbly queso fresco in Mexican egg scrambles, burritos, or stuffed poblano peppers. Get tips on making perfect carne asada here.