Tamales La Pasadita
I've only had the tamales, rice, and beans. Each item was superb. The salsa options are spicy and wonderful. Price is right and quality is very high.
This place is amazing. I don't think I've ever been pumped on a tamale until now. Now I get their Tamale Special once a week- three tamales, rice, and beans for $8. It's perfect. The pork tamale is amazing, the cheese/jalepeno tamale is amazing, the chicken tamale is great. Sometimes I'll order like 15 tamales and bring them to feed a bunch of people. Their other menu items are all on point too. Tacos, burritos, sopas, and things I havent heard of. Don't miss out. This place is a gem.
Tamales is good in flavor but they are made with very litte meat inside ratio to masa is not. Good
Let me tell u,,, the BEST tacos in town!!!! Get ur self some asada and lengua,, u will thank me later!!!! Mui rrico los tacos y no se diga los tamales!
You know you've found an authentic Mexican restaurant when the entire menu is in Spanish! We came looking for tacos, and were not disappointed. Of course, we also had to try the namesake tamales as well. They offered a 3 tamale special with rice and beans for only $8. (Tip: the red sauce is spicier than the green!) We also couldn't resist trying the "dulces" (sweet) tamales too. The pineapple had a stronger flavor than the coconut. While there, we also sampled the "huaraches"--a fried thick cornmeal patty topped with your choice of meat, lettuce, and tomato. We got carnitas, but the al pastor pork probably would have been juicier, judging from the tacos. Top it all off with a glass of refreshing cucumber, pineapple or watermelon agua fresca! The building looks a little intimidatingly rundown, but the interior (looks like a former house) is remarkably clean and the service friendly.