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San Fernando Valley Taquerias

Jess | Jul 24, 200407:31 PM     9

I recently moved to Sherman Oaks (near the Ventura/405) and am desperate to find a kick-ass taqueria within reasonable driving distance (15-20 minutes). For reference, I used to get tacos from Loteria and Chulada Grill, and try to make a trip to La Super Rica regularly. Key criteria are great salsa (I could live on Chulada's spicy pico de gallo) and well-flavored meat, preferably al pastor, chorizo or carne asada. I have tried a few places near Van Nuys and Nordhoff that were okay, but I'd like to avoid the guesswork. Please help!

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