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Larry Stein | May 1, 200403:41 PM     20

I'm now working in Menlo Park so I'm looking for suggestions.

I did a search (oy, the search engine ain't the greatest, but that's old news...) Came up with the pollo al carbon next to the Michoacan Produce Market and Taco El Grullo. There's also Taco Grullense(sp?) across the street from Costco. I tried La Azteca which is kitty-corner to Harry's Hofbrau. Have eaten the al pastor, chipotle steak and carne asada. I thought the first two were merely OK, but I loved the carne asada. Nice smoky, charred texture on the outside, and juicy and tender on the inside.

Anywhere else? For that matter, what suggestions for Menlo Park (any cuisine)? I know there's Su Hong for Chinese, Trader Joe's for inexpensive, and Draeger's for sandwiches.

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