The Baja style cauliflower Summons a SoCal breeze And the mushroom?s amazing On a sheet of fried cheese Corn with cream and rajas Is reminiscent of a street food day Take the back streets to gourmet At La Taqueria Pinche!
I feel bad leaving a 1star review but the food was bad, the wait was long and it was over $70 for 4 tacos and a burrito and 2 drinks. As you can see in the picture the tacos were so soggy they crumbled under their own weight. Making them almost inedible, I just didn?t want to waste the money I just spent.The burrito wasn?t really a burrito but more of a salad wrap with chicken tenders. Overall I found the food lacking in flavour. Sorry guys, I hope you do better next time, expected more from one of the taco places in Vic.
Had a nice time with my friends here, I thought the price is a bit high until I saw each taco is stuffed. But I?ve been there twice, they keep telling me that they don?t have prawn taco. The dining table on the left side was narrow and noisy, and had a strong cooking smells.
We came here recently for the first time. Ordered four kinds of tacos, the fish baja, atun, mole, and campechano. The fish baja was delicious, atun (seared tuna) was also great. I tried the campechano because it was ?todays special? and also looked great on the featured picture that they have next to the cashier. I was utterly disappointed with the campechano because when it arrived at the table, looked NOTHING like what the picture by the cashier showed. It tasted overly sour, and there was no cilantro. We also tried their churro and they were fantastic. Overall everything was good EXCEPT for the campechano??
I would like to start by saying that I support small business and I do not like giving poor reviews, but I was not pleased with the quality tonight. The quesadilla con frijoles y queso tasted like cheddar cheese and mush. There was no freshness to it. The taco al pastor was dry. The mole taco tasted really weird, and overly sweet. None of the three had any heat to them; no salsa verde/roja, and no limes were provided. My partner was born in Mexico, and I've been blessed to eat his mother's cooking - and I have not yet found anything comparable here in Victoria
Amazing menu, whether you want to drop in for a quick snack or come in for a big meal! Delicious, fast, with a great happy hour! There are many veg and vegan options and the food is so fresh and tasty. The people are friendly and the place is clean. Even when it's super busy! Thanks La Taqueria!
Place was good and clean. But food was not the best. I order nachos and a yam and enfrijolada taco. First of all corn tortillas were cold, and when they are cold they break. Yam was extra oily, so wasn't as good as expected. Nachos were really good. The portions are very generous and I think the price is fair, but taste in food was really disappointed. But service was pretty good to.
Lots of seating and many taco choices (vegetarian or meat) and flour or taco shells. Price is a bit high compared to others but the tacos are for sure stuffed full. 4 tacos and a drink makes a meal ($28). There is happy hour from 3-6.
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