All Tacos come in 2 or 3 quantity
Street Tacos- Onion, cilantro and radish automatically come on the taco unless requested removal
Americano Taco- Lettuce, diced tomato, cheese and CREMA come on taco unless requested removal
Tacos cannot mix and match tortillas (example 1 flour and 1 corn)
Our homemade Mexican hot sauces are free and self-serve at the sauce bar
Food menu & Allergies
Our menu and our concept has proven part of the success is the ability to handle dietary requirements as many of the Mexican ingredients fill those needs. As a staff member, it is essential you understand these terms and familiarize yourself with knowing these terms.
Definition of common dietary needs.
GF- A gluten-free diet is an eating plan that excludes foods containing gluten. Gluten is a protein found in wheat, barley, rye and triticale (a cross between wheat and rye). It's common in foods such as bread, pasta, pizza and cereal. Gluten provides no essential nutrients. People with celiac disease have an immune reaction that is triggered by eating gluten.
DF- A dairy-free diet excludes all dairy products. This category includes milk from any animal, as well as any product made from this milk, such as cheese, yogurt, butter, and cream. Eggs are not a dairy product
PF- What Does "Peanut-Free" Mean? When a food is "peanut-free" it does not contain peanuts, peanut butter, peanut oil or any form or derivative of peanut at all!
Vegetarian- A diet where no meat products are consumed, though dairy is still acceptable.
Vegan- The vegetarian diet for those who also do not want dairy or meat
Flour Tortillas are NOT gluten free,
Corn tortillas are Gluten free.
Fried food is NOT gluten free
Cheeses & Dairy
Crèma: similar in texture and flavor to sour cream; made with heavy cream and buttermilk
Queso fresco: semisoft white cheese; usually served shredded over hot food
3 cheese Blend: Monterey, Jack & Cheddar cheese mixture
Meats & Proteins
Carne asada: beef that has been marinated with citrus flavorings and grilled; usually sliced in thin strips
Tinga: shredded chicken cooked in a sauce made with tomatoes, chipotle chilis, and sliced onion
Al pastor: thinly sliced pork that has been seasoned with chilies and pineapple then seared on a grill
Ground Beef- seasoned with spices including paprika, oregano, chile powder, garlic powder, onion powder
Brown Sugar Brisket: overnight roasted brisket (15hours) covered in our brown sugar dry rub and roasted over sliced onions and beef broth
Citrus Shrimp: (BAH-HAH) baby shrimp coated with our citrus garlic sauce (orange, lemon, lime, cilantro, onion, garlic, agave syrup)
Corn Tortilla: made from masa (corn) flour and water, then compressed flat and toasted
Flour Tortilla: flour version of corn tortilla following same procedures
Tostada: “toasted”; flat tortilla that is deep fried
Spices & Peppers & Produce
Achiote [ah-chee-oh-tey]: a type of spice used to add a slightly peppery flavor; also used to add yellowish-red color to food
Tajin [ta-HEEN]: chili seasoning, lime flavored
Guajillo [gwa’hē(y)ō]: moderately hot type of chili pepper
Jalapeño: a staple chile of latin cuisine, and most people’s entry to the spicy realm
Hatch Chile: a green chile pepper has been described as lightly pungent, similar to an onion, or like garlic with a subtly sweet, spicy, crisp, and smoky taste.
Tomatillo: A tomatillo is a delicious and verdant fruit that is its own thing entirely. Usually about the size of a plum and covered in a soft, leafy husk. When peeled, they resemble small, unripe green tomatoes but are firmer and have less water content.
Homemade House Recipe Sauces
Pico De Gallo- diced onion, jalepano, tomato, lime juice, salt, pepper, tomatillo, cilantro
Salsa Rojo: a blend of tomatoes, chile de arbol (the main spice), onion, jalapeno, and garlic
Salsa Verde: tomatillos, jalapenos, onion, garlic, and cilantro
Cabbage Slaw: cabbage, carrots, and jalapenos tossed in an apple cider vinaigrette
Tropical Salsa: pineapple, mango, jalapeno, red onion, bell pepper, lime juice
Cilantro Crema: cilantro and lime blended with crema
Chipotle Crema: chipotle in adobo blended with crema
Drink & Beverages
Aqua Fresca: literal translate is fresh water, but it’s our fresh made ingredients including fruit and vegetable purees
Bebida: spanish for beverage
Jarritos Beverages: Fruit Flavored soda made with Sugar Cane and all- naturally flavored ingredients, no artificial ingredients