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  1. #690

    Azul's tacos shop

    It's a hole in the wall store front across the street from Hong Kong 's front door.

    4 guys cook and serve beef, pork and chicken tacos, $1 a pop, delivery to Hong Kong's tables. They have a menu of other items I did not pay attention.

    Their abodaba tacos taste nice, clean, less greasy than the HK's stand, juicy and delicious when loaded with salsa, guacamole and all condiments. The store has running water so food should be cleaner and healthier. I recommend it over the old greasy and dirty HK stand.

  2. #689

    Danny's Taco Stand

    Danny's Taco Stand on the corner of Nios Heroes and Coahuila has been a staple of Zona Norte serving up delicious tacos for 22 MX pesos each. Tell Mauricio how you want your taco and he will slice it and make it to order. You can get some pineapple with your order from on top of the spindle of meat. You can also get birria and carne asada made to order. I always stop by when I'm in town. 2 tacos are a good start for me. 3 tacos and I start to slow down. LOL. They are pretty nice size. If you haven't tried them then give it a go.

  3. #688

    265 pesos AYCE at Churrascaria do Brazil

    Jackie.

    Churrascaria do Brazil has 265-pesos special after 6 PM, all week at the Hippodromo original site, and Mon through Thursday at the Zona Rio site.

    They open until midnight so yo have plenty of time to pack the food in.

    I don't think Mr Pampas has its discount anymore. Did not see it in their web site or Facebook.

    Got to try it one of these days. Is there a midweek special for a cheapo like me?
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  4. #687

    Huge raw oyster $0.75 each, Mariscos LE Damos

    Man,

    Raw oysters at Mariscos LE Damos are huge, fresh, sweet, delicious, only $0. 75 a piece.

    The place is Constitucion, a few doors South of that disgusting Chinese restaurants and hotel Cecilia, across the street from hotel Korea.

    They have a few beer brands, but you can bring your favorite brands and give them a tip.
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  5. #686

    Azul's

    Jackie,

    I found rib eye steak for $14 the only good deal in Azuls, even better when we had HK's 2-4-1 coupons, but the steaks keep getting smaller after CoVid. A few wingmen were ordering ribeyes and skirt steaks with those coupons to take home, very good deals. All other dishes were average and expensive. Their pizzas were way too sweet, loaded with tomato sauce and sugar, not real pizza sauce.

    I was in Al Capone again cold Sunday night for a huge bowl of hot Caldo de Rez. He served more than a pound of tasty shank meat cooked in a nice, tasty, flavorful light broth and fresh crunchy vegetables with rice, tortillas and salsa. The taste, flavor and aromas of that caldo soup is nice, clean and entirely beefy, not adulterated with any spice. I like it a lot. The bowl is huge and just so delicious we usually eat to the last drop.

    I will try to train chef Jose how to make PHO. He can charge twice as much for a bowl of hot PHO by adding boiled rice noodles and rare beef to that caldo.

  6. #685

    Titos Mariscos on O'Campo

    Sunday stopped in Titos for some seafood. It's on the way in to Centro, turn South on O'Campo at corner Calle 6.

    Prices have gone up after CoVid, but the 30-peso fish taco and 36 -peso shrimp taco were huge and tasty, with 4 large shrimp in it. Their tacos are about double the sizes of other places.

    They also serve about 3-pound whole fried fish meal for 210 pesos or $11, complete with consomme, rice and tortillas.
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  7. #684
    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    Wednesday night was cold and windy, went in Al Capone for its Caldo de Rez, chunks of beef shank with fresh vegetables in hot light broth. It was a full hot meal, delicious, served with rice, tortilla and salsa, Wed special for 65 pesos or $3.50.

    Al Capone is now open 24/7. They deliver to hotels in La Zona with special menus for each day of the week. The daily special menu has some items looking interesting, including a water and dessert, but I only know the Caldo de Rez as good and tasty. Will have to order other items to find out. I don't think Azuls and Monaco are open 24/7. Hotel Leyva has its own restaurant serving fixed meals for 35 pesos, but it never seems to have any clients.

    The breakfast menu is 100 pesos or $5, including a coffee or tea. All restaurants in La Zona, including Azuls and La Perla, serve weak, tasteless instant coffee, not worth it. For strong, brewed coffee, walked out to the OXXO across from Adelita and buy a large one for 50 pesos. I need that hot strong coffee to wake up in the morning after a long night of drinking, partying and popping chicas.
    Thinking that Azul would be at least competitive, I ordered one order of Caldo de Rez. They brought out a soup the size of a cereal bow. It sucked. Will not order it again from Azul.

  8. #683

    Al Capone next to Chicago open 24/7

    Wednesday night was cold and windy, went in Al Capone for its Caldo de Rez, chunks of beef shank with fresh vegetables in hot light broth. It was a full hot meal, delicious, served with rice, tortilla and salsa, Wed special for 65 pesos or $3.50.

    Al Capone is now open 24/7. They deliver to hotels in La Zona with special menus for each day of the week. The daily special menu has some items looking interesting, including a water and dessert, but I only know the Caldo de Rez as good and tasty. Will have to order other items to find out. I don't think Azuls and Monaco are open 24/7. Hotel Leyva has its own restaurant serving fixed meals for 35 pesos, but it never seems to have any clients.

    The breakfast menu is 100 pesos or $5, including a coffee or tea. All restaurants in La Zona, including Azuls and La Perla, serve weak, tasteless instant coffee, not worth it. For strong, brewed coffee, walked out to the OXXO across from Adelita and buy a large one for 50 pesos. I need that hot strong coffee to wake up in the morning after a long night of drinking, partying and popping chicas.
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  9. #682

    UBER from Hong Kong to Churrascaria do Brasil

    Last Saturday we were trying to go from HK to Mr. Pampas. The taxi assholes quoted us $10 and told us to walk. We flagged down a Libre taxi and he agreed to go for $5. I hate to deal with the taxi assholes.

    UBER from HK to Mr Pampas or churrascaria pn Ave LOS Heroes is only 44 pesos or $2.20 plus $1 tip.

    There is rumor HK will open tomorrow Friday. Lets go these weekend to play with pretty chicas and partake AYC eat Brazilian grilled meats and seafood.

  10. #681

    Noobs with La Zona's street food

    I took a few noobs to La Zona in the last few trips; some were connoisseurs in food, girls and the good life.

    They all enjoyed street around the bar block food a lot, shrimp coctele, caldo de rez, tacos Al Vapor, carne asada, shrimp quesadilla, even hot dogs. They raved the food was fresh, tasty delicious. Mexicans add salsa to all their meat dishes. The acidity in lime juice and tomato would balance out the fat and proteins, make the food tastier and more digestible.

    Late last Saturday one noob wanted to try Mr Pampas, but when we arrived around 9:30 PM the 2 locations were both closed. We drove by Churrascaria do Brasil on Ave. LOS Heroes and saw about 2 dozens clients dining inside, but thought they would close at 10 so we passed. Just found out Churass do Brasil opens until midnight and would seat people until 11:45 PM. We would try the main restaurant at Hippodromo, only 1 or 2 miles South. Also drove by Taco El Franc on Ave LOS Heroes with a crowd. Will stop here so the noobs can try tacos with tongue and tripa ect.

    Seafood in Tijuana is very fresh. I usually start the night with a cup of blanched shrimp coctele at the school yard corner, or half dozen raw oysters at the place on Constitucion South of hotel Irma. They also serve a tasty shrimp soup and beers, or you can bring your own drinks and give them a tip. A wingman brought his own Tabasco pepper sauce and other condiments to complement his raw oyster.

    Mariscos Titos has half a dozen franchises in Tijuana, serving sea food tacos and some very interesting dishes, like whole grilled rock fish. We looked at the exotic concoctions ordered by people but could not read the menu worth a damn. I usually go to the branch on O'Campo and Calle 6. Titos branch on Calle 1 is small and smells like dead fish, reminding me too much of a few girls in La Zona hehe.

    I like seafood soups with fresh ingredients and subtle flavors, like French Bouillabaisse or Italian Cioppino. Mexican 7-mares soup tends to have too much strong spices, masking off seafood flavor. I don't like too much carb so Paella with rice is not my favorite.

    I avoid the menudo stands as their soups are bland and usually have unbearable cow dung odors.

    The noobs mentioned Tijuana is worth the drive, even just for the food. Hot, flirty girls just add more fun to our quick, sexy vacations.

  11. #680
    Quote Originally Posted by BayBoy  [View Original Post]
    I'm glad you enjoyed the place Phordphan. Its a big Paella w lots of stuff (those big shrimp pieces are worth the price). I guess they're doing indoor dining now, that's good news.
    I need to try this place too.

    Thanks BayBoy.

  12. #679

    El Arte

    Quote Originally Posted by Phordphan  [View Original Post]
    Thanks and a tip of the hat to BayBoy. We went to this place yesterday. It's really, really tiny, but there are a couple of tables and we were able to eat indoors. The paella was very good. I want to return and try the other items on their menu. The chef was very proud that everything is made on-site. I'm sure he didn't mean the bread rolls, and the bagged Romaine lettuce for the salads. The sangria was good. A bit on the sweet side for my personal taste, but good nonetheless. Highly recommended.
    I'm glad you enjoyed the place Phordphan. Its a big Paella w lots of stuff (those big shrimp pieces are worth the price). I guess they're doing indoor dining now, that's good news.

  13. #678

    Churrascaria do Brasil AYCE 265 pesos open til midnight

    Looks like Churass do Brasil at Hippodromo mall has a discount 265 pesos everyday open until midnight; the new place on Ninos has it only Monday through Thursday.

    Premium beers are only $2, very good deals.

    Jackie should take his ass out of La Zona's gutter and check it out.

    https://www.facebook.com/churrascariadobrasilmx/
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  14. #677
    Quote Originally Posted by Jackie888  [View Original Post]
    Got to try it one of these days. Is there a midweek special for a cheapo like me?
    Do the Rest. Have a curfew in Tijuana?

  15. #676
    Quote Originally Posted by BayBoy  [View Original Post]
    I found a small Paella place that had what I've been looking for. El Arte Paella off Agua Caliente. No seating just take out. Young owner, nice guy. The meal included salad and bread.

    It had a bed of brown rice w peas thrown in and red onions, pollo, big chunks of pork, almejas, large shrimp, bordering on being longestinos, calamari, chicharros, and mejillones.

    I took it to my hotel room and pigged out. Cost 199 pesos.
    Thanks and a tip of the hat to BayBoy. We went to this place yesterday. It's really, really tiny, but there are a couple of tables and we were able to eat indoors. The paella was very good. I want to return and try the other items on their menu. The chef was very proud that everything is made on-site. I'm sure he didn't mean the bread rolls, and the bagged Romaine lettuce for the salads. The sangria was good. A bit on the sweet side for my personal taste, but good nonetheless. Highly recommended.

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