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  1. #527
    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    Luvmex.

    That fish looks delicious. Have to try it.

    The boys probably has a bigger menu than La Perla.

    Cheapest place I found that offer fried whole fish for 100 p.

    Its located about 20 paces east of McDonalds on the south side of the street.
    I went yesterday to this restaurant "The Boys" and ordered chicken teriyaki (tortillas free) and Coca Cola (no beer on the menu) 130 pesos or $ 8. They cook well and it was very good. It looks like local cuisine rather for local customers. I will return there for more.

  2. #526
    Quote Originally Posted by OlderMan4U  [View Original Post]
    Does anyone know any good Mexican food places in Tijuana and around Hong Kong area that serves vegetarian food?

    I am thinking like veggie burritos. I do not eat dairy like milk or cheese because of lactose intolerance but I do eat occasional seafood so I am not vegan.
    Opposite Hong Kong and Adelita is a small restaurant called if I remember correctly "Sushi One". They serve sushi but also chicken teriyaki you can definitely order rice and vegetables without chicken teriyaki. You can also buy snacks in the "OXXO" mini market opposite Hong Kong.

  3. #525
    Quote Originally Posted by KCQuestor  [View Original Post]
    There's a taco cart next to La Gloria on the corner of Coahuila and Constitution that does seafood tacos. They grill the shrimp, or can do it batter fried. They usually add cheese, but you can say "no queso por favor". But it sounds like you aren't a hardcore vegetarian so most restaurants there will have some things on the menu. Even Azul, upstairs at the Hong Kong club, could do a veggie pasta or a fish dish. The problem is when vegetarians or vegans need their food prepared in a non-meat kitchen or similar restrictions. What about eggs?

    If you can get away from the zona with a short cab or uber ride, you'll find plenty of full vegetarian and vegan restaurants.
    Thanks I got to try that food cart. Love me shrimp especially if it's grilled. I don't eat much eggs but occasionally am fine with it.

  4. #524
    Quote Originally Posted by OlderMan4U  [View Original Post]
    Does anyone know any good Mexican food places in Tijuana and around Hong Kong area that serves vegetarian food?
    I am thinking like veggie burritos. I do not eat dairy like milk or cheese because of lactose intolerance but I do eat occasional seafood so I am not vegan.
    There's a taco cart next to La Gloria on the corner of Coahuila and Constitution that does seafood tacos. They grill the shrimp, or can do it batter fried. They usually add cheese, but you can say "no queso por favor". But it sounds like you aren't a hardcore vegetarian so most restaurants there will have some things on the menu. Even Azul, upstairs at the Hong Kong club, could do a veggie pasta or a fish dish. The problem is when vegetarians or vegans need their food prepared in a non-meat kitchen or similar restrictions. What about eggs?

    If you can get away from the zona with a short cab or uber ride, you'll find plenty of full vegetarian and vegan restaurants.

  5. #523

    Oyster half a dozen plate with lemon 60 to 70 pesos $4. 00

    Less than $4. Eat oyster.

    If medically approved.

    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    Sound7 is right. This street stand has some of the best seafood in Tijuana. I took a few wingmen here. They all like his food:

    Shrimp coctele with fresh shrimp, springy and tasty, made with fresh shrimp, not tasteless pre-processed Costco's shrimp.

    Various live shellfish, clam, oyster, cockle, en la concha, in coctele or on tostada.

    His seafood is fresh; location is cleaner, odorless, well, sometimes you can smell the schoolgirls' fragrance hehe. The other mariscos stand on Ninos Heroes, next to the HK's tacos stand, is filthy, smells horrible of rotten fish, and seafood not fresh.

    Another good seafood restaurant is El Choforo on Ninos near the Cathedral, excellent food with prices lower than street stands. I have to try The Boys in the trinket alley.

    Raw Osters with lemon. For half dozen plate.

  6. #522
    Quote Originally Posted by OrganicAlo  [View Original Post]
    I love that place, best al pastor. Had it for my first time in Vegas few years ago and I stop there fairly often before crossing the border.
    Support, cool place.

  7. #521
    Does anyone know any good Mexican food places in Tijuana and around Hong Kong area that serves vegetarian food?

    I am thinking like veggie burritos. I do not eat dairy like milk or cheese because of lactose intolerance but I do eat occasional seafood so I am not vegan.

  8. #520

    Monger Get Together. Swap adventures / experiences.

    We should do a little get together at El Gordo to swap mongering adventures and such. Anyone up for it? Never been there so would be good to check out.

    Goyo.

  9. #519
    Quote Originally Posted by StRobert  [View Original Post]
    One of the most popular and best tacos in the San Diego area is the Tijuana style Tacos "El Gordo" in Chula Vista 556 Broadway. From Interstate 5 exit take "H Street" and drive the car for a few minutes to Broadway and turn right. Parking is free. Link http://tacoselgordobc.com/ open Sunday - Thursday 10 AM - 2 AM and Friday, Saturday 10 AM- 4 AM. Tacos price $ 2. 60. They also have good French fries for $ 2. 50. Other location at 689 H Street on line and to go orders only. Other locations of Taco El Gordo are in Las Vegas. I recommend.
    I love that place, best al pastor. Had it for my first time in Vegas few years ago and I stop there fairly often before crossing the border.

  10. #518
    I think I need a lifetime ban from tacos el Gordo LOL. If it's still open I always stop on the way back and stuff my face with the campechana fries and tacos. What an absurd amount of calories. It's a bit odd, there's 2 locations a block away from each other and a third location only about 3 miles away. But yet the rest of SD and LA counties don't get anything. These guys would make a killing if they opened up in LA.

  11. #517

    Mariscos School girl corner

    Sound7 is right. This street stand has some of the best seafood in Tijuana. I took a few wingmen here. They all like his food:

    Shrimp coctele with fresh shrimp, springy and tasty, made with fresh shrimp, not tasteless pre-processed Costco's shrimp.

    Various live shellfish, clam, oyster, cockle, en la concha, in coctele or on tostada.

    His seafood is fresh; location is cleaner, odorless, well, sometimes you can smell the schoolgirls' fragrance hehe. The other mariscos stand on Ninos Heroes, next to the HK's tacos stand, is filthy, smells horrible of rotten fish, and seafood not fresh.

    Another good seafood restaurant is El Choforo on Ninos near the Cathedral, excellent food with prices lower than street stands. I have to try The Boys in the trinket alley.

    Raw Osters with lemon. For half dozen plate.

  12. #516

    Tacos "El Gordo" Tijuana style tacos in San Diego area

    One of the most popular and best tacos in the San Diego area is the Tijuana style Tacos "El Gordo" in Chula Vista 556 Broadway. From Interstate 5 exit take "H Street" and drive the car for a few minutes to Broadway and turn right. Parking is free. Link http://tacoselgordobc.com/ open Sunday - Thursday 10 AM - 2 AM and Friday, Saturday 10 AM- 4 AM. Tacos price $ 2. 60. They also have good French fries for $ 2. 50. Other location at 689 H Street on line and to go orders only. Other locations of Taco El Gordo are in Las Vegas. I recommend.

  13. #515
    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    StRobert.

    Taqueria Franc, Blvrd Gral Rodolfo Snchez Taboada 9257, Zonaeste, corner of Calle 8.

    It has all kinds of tacos, carne asada, abodaba, cabeza, lengua, tripa ect. One of my wingmen is a chef. So we have to check it out soon. I have to find out what the cabeza is all about. It lists no closing time, WTF? It's only 2. 2 Km or about 1. 5 miles, 9 minutes drive from the Hong Kong club. I took the car for an all-day repair job at the Refrractionaries in that area. The easiest way from HK is to go East on Coahuila, South on Madero, East on Calle 4, turn right into Sanchez Taboada, go South a few blocks and it's on the right.

    Churrscarria Do Brasil is on Ave de LOS Heroes, about 1 block East of El Franc.

    Eagle or LuvMex are right. Have limited time and only so much room in the belly to make these delicious dining choices hehe.
    Taqueria Franc.

    Taco restaurant.

    Address: Blvrd Gral Rodolfo Sánchez Taboada 9257, Zonaeste, 22010 Tijuana, be. See. , Mexico.

    Hours:

    Tuesday 4 PM–1 AM.

    Wednesday 4 PM–1 AM.

    Thursday 4 PM–1 AM.

    Friday 3 PM–3 AM.

    Saturday 3 PM–3 AM.

    Sunday Closed.

    Monday 4 PM–1 AM link to video filmed in "Taqueria Franc" from 4,45 min to 12 min. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ca0S7h8kBLk.

  14. #514

    Raw Osters with lemon. For half dozen plate.

    Osters come in various sizes. I pay 60 to 70 pesos depending on size. The best by the corner on the way to Chicago Club cross the east intersection (south east location). Go early to this location. Lot of drug deals at this location, be alert.

    Quote Originally Posted by KCQuestor  [View Original Post]
    They close when they run out. And considering the crowds they run out fast.

  15. #513
    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    It lists no closing time, WTF?
    They close when they run out. And considering the crowds they run out fast.

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