If breakfast tacos are San Antonio’s comfort food, this one brings me the most comfort.
Every good taco seemed to have a minor setback — including undercooked potatoes in papa ranchera, super acidic sauce for chicharrones and salty machacado.
Some good tacos in this tiny Converse taqueria like the country guisada and the carne guisada. But definitely some misses, including the bean and cheese and chicharron en salsa.
Mama’s Kitchen is one of the best taquerias I’ve visited. And this taco, the chicharron en salsa ranchera, is the best taco I’ve had from there.
When you order tacos at Roy’s Taco Hut on San Pedro Avenue, you must indicate “small” or “large.”
Solid tacos with curiously-shaped, but good, flour tortillas. Really good greenish brown hot sauce.
This place on Wurzbach Road proves that really good flour tortillas can’t save some tacos.