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“Good breakfast tacos”

Taquito's Mexican Restaurant
Ranked #52 of 118 Restaurants in Boerne
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Reviewed 21 August 2017 via mobile

Stopped in for a quick breakfast. Very fast service. Tried the migas taco and chilaquiles taco and was not disappointed

Thank roropatel27
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Reviewed 27 February 2016

I love this place! Are you tired of over priced and just OK Tex-Mex in the Hwy 46/281 Area? With hours from 6am-9pm and only closed on Sundays, no more long trips to SA are needed to fix my craving of puffy tacos, fresh tortillas, and the best cheese Enchiladas since my husband's grandma died. Ordering dozens of tamales is a treat as well! Great hot sauce- fair prices

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Thank tracyY2433QF
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Reviewed 19 August 2014

Small taqaueria in the Boerne boonies. Situated in the back area of a gas station/strip center, it is quite out of the way unless you travel regularly on Hwy 46 or live near Bergheim.
Check out the ingredients for tacos and lunch plates that are displayed in food trays behind the glass case cafeteria style in this small eatery. Then place your order for tacos and Tex-Mex plates from the menu board hanging overhead. Watch as they fill the order from the prepared food bins. Then select a drink from the cold case units, pay for your order and grab a table.
Tacos with eggs as an ingredient are made fresh as were a few other items not kept in the prepared food warmers. Tortillas are homemade, but smallish as the restaurant name suggests. Brisket (spiced med. hot), migas, bacon and egg, and al pastor were all good and the tortillas were well filled for the most part. Another diner (must have been a regular) overheard that we thought chips and salsa would be good with our order. I saw the gentleman get up from his table and speak to the owner/manager, then announce to us across the room that chips were on the way. How about that for a friendly atmosphere?! Chips turned out to be a little hard and the hot sauce is a bit too runny for my taste, but you won't catch me looking in that horse's mouth even for a moment.
Clientele seems to be mostly locals, hunters and day laborers. One apparently ravenous customer ordered 34 tacos of different kinds as a to go order right before us. They seemed to handle this large order well in stride as our order was only delayed by one out of eight tacos and it was soon delivered to the table.
Cozy all-around good taco joint that still makes me ponder the age old question though; should taqui toes be eaten with taqui fingers, or should one use taqui utensils?

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Thank OmniEpicurean
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Reviewed 22 February 2014

Small taqaueria in the Boerne boonies. Situated in the back area of a gas station/strip center, it is quite out of the way unless you travel regularly on Hwy 46 or live near Bergheim.

Check out the ingredients for tacos and lunch plates that are displayed in food trays behind the glass case cafeteria style in this small eatery. Then place your order for tacos and Tex-Mex plates from the menu board hanging overhead. Watch as they fill the order from the prepared food bins. Then select a drink from the cold case units, pay for your order and grab a table.
Tacos with eggs as an ingredient are made fresh as were a few other items not kept in the prepared food warmers. Tortillas are homemade, but smallish as the restaurant name suggests. Brisket (spiced med. hot), migas, bacon and egg, and al pastor were all good and the tortillas were well filled for the most part. Another diner (must have been a regular) overheard that we thought chips and salsa would be good with our order. I saw the gentleman get up from his table and speak to the owner/manager, then announce to us across the room that chips were on the way. How about that for a friendly atmosphere?! Chips turned out to be a little hard and the hot sauce is a bit too runny for my taste, but you won't catch me looking in that horse's mouth even for a moment.

Clientele seems to be mostly locals, hunters and day laborers. One apparently ravenous customer ordered 34 tacos of different kinds as a to go order right before us. They seemed to handle this large order well in stride as our order was only delayed by one out of eight tacos and it was soon delivered to the table.

Cozy all-around good taco joint that still makes me ponder the age old question though; should taqui toes be eaten with taqui fingers, or should one use taqui utensils?

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Thank OmniEpicurean
This review is the subjective opinion of a TripAdvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC

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