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DrHowie | May 30, 200302:58 PM     3

Small, unassuming but clean taco place in a mini-mall on the SW corner of Pico and Barrington. Have been there about 3 months and I have tried it about 4 times. Tacos are $1.oo and you can choose from carne asada, carnitas, al pastor, sesos, buche, pollo, with barbacoa offered as an occassional special. The al pastor tacos are very flavorful but a tad greasy, the carnitas are quite good but could be a little crisper; the barbacoa is my favorite. They also serve burritos, quesadillas, etc but I have not tried them. Menudo on weekends (to cure the crudo). I don't think they serve beer yet. There is an "A" rating from the health department. Overall I think it is a good value in a convenient westside location.

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