This place was featured on a PBS station and we were in the area, sort of, so we stopped by. As someone said, the area is "sketchy" so if that is off putting to someone, he or she should avoid it.
This is a no frills Mexican taqueria and it actually reminds me of some of the places I eat in Mexico. You walk up to the window inside to order and can take it out or eat at the outdoor tables.
We ordered "carne asada," "al pastor," and "barbacoa" and all were serve in fried, double tortillas with onions and cilantro, as they should be in my opinion. The barbacoa was my favorite, followed by the asada and then the pastor. Not to say the pastor was bad, it just wasn't as good as the others. I have yet to find al pastor tacos in Michigan made like they are in Mexico-- slowly turned like gyro meat. I'm sure they exist, just not in my neck of the woods.
Our service was a little slow considering the fact that they weren't busy and we were hit up twice by the same gentleman to "help him out." He hit everyone up.
I love street tacos and these are a thumbs up if you don't mind the aforementioned distractions.
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