Los Algondes is famous for its large number of doctors and dentiists who offer top-quality medical care at bargain prices, but I don't come for the doctors, as I come for the food!
Birrieria El Paisa: Specializes in grilled chicken, and serves it with rice, beans, corn tortillas, and a whole restaurant of friendly staff, in Los Algodones, Baja California.
Mariscos La Palapita: Kathy sells mariscos, that's it, but the mariscos she sells are fresh, expertly prepared, and truly delicious!
La Parrilla Resaurant and Bar: Features comfortable patio dining, full service bar, friendly service and delicious, expertly prepared food.
El Gourmet Restaurant: Offers a great place to relax, drink beer, watch people, and enjoy good food. Caters to the taste of American and Canadian tourists.
Molcas Taco Shop: Simply the friendliest restaurant in town! Features authentic, Mexican street food, grilled on a charcoal-fired grill on the street in front of the restaurant. I love this place and I love the friendly staff!
Taqueria El Poblamo: Large taco operation that cooks many varieties of tacos and tortas while you watch, and chat with the cook and other staff members.
Carnitas El Ruly's: Small husband and wife stationary taco trailer that sells pork tacos and carnitas.
Noname Tacos: Operated by two guys who specialize in carne asada tacos... but no name is painted on the very stationary trailer. May not have a name, but the tacos are great!
Please note that the older articles, located below, are from my now defunct web site, www.ericrench.com, and, due to time constraints, have not been updated. The links still work, but the graphics and the photos are terrible! As time permits, I plan to "clean up" the articles and bring them to my current standards. Thanks for your understanding and your patience.
Tacos Banny: Located on the west end of Mexicali, this family owned and operated taco stand serves some of the best tacos de tripas that I have ever eaten.
NoName Tacos: This taco stand doesn't have a name, but they serve delicious tacos, cooked on the sidewalk, in downtown Mexicali.
Tacos Los Panchos: A father and son tag-team of taco makers, Los Panchos is a fun place to eat, and they serve inexpensive and delicious tacos.
Asadero Almada: If you're near the busy intersection of Calle and Av. Madero, Asadero is the place for fine tacos.
Torta Lady: This lady serves delicious, rock-bottom priced tortas on a street corner in downtown Mexicali, across from the famous Hotel del Norte.
Jack In The Box: Not exactly serving Mexican food, or even located in Mexico, Jack serves fine, fast food, north of the border in nearby Calexico.
Bar Don Pedro: Here's a fun place to grab a cold beer and relax, and mingle with the locals. They don't serve food, but the beer is cold, and the people are friendly.
El Vagabundo: Family owned and operated, this restaurant serves delicious tacos at prices so low that you can afford to stuff yourself.
Tacos El Joven: Morph a tire shop with a taqueria, and you have an idea about this restaurant. Beware: This restaurant serves delicious tacos after the tire shop closes...
Tacos El Guero: Modern, busy, not your typical family-owned taqueria, this restaurant serves mouth-watering tacos and it's a favorite of the local residents.
Taqueria La Cuerta: Large, busy taqueria that specializes in mesquite-grilled carne asada tacos, but they serve almost any variety of taco that you can imagine.
El Sabnoso: Combine delicious seafood tacos, low prices and some of the most beautiful women in Tecate, El Sabnoso is a winning combination.
Tacos El Paisano: Located on busy Bvd. Benito Juarez, El Paisano is a busy taco restaurant that serves delicious tripe tacos, at very low prices.
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