We've really only had tacos here--I mean, that's the point right?--but some of the other sides we've had, like guacamole or corn or other things, make me think you're not going to go wrong with anything. Until the last couple of years, I can state as an exiled Californian that the Boston area has been a Mexican food desert. It's still not the West Coast, and this is definitely a trained-chef version of Mexican food. And you're about 20 times more likely to hear some not-so-Mexican-people talk in university-bred accents about antigens or craft beers than you are to see any hard-working recent immigrants. Still, if you're cool with white people, it's unpretentious, friendly, and delicious. All the tacos are good, but the barbacoa is the standout. I'd recommend getting a variety but saving that barbacoa for last. It's a good place for brunch. For our kid who doesn't like spicy food so much, they've been kind enough to be willing to put the chicken from the tostada into a taco, which makes a super tasty chicken taco without too much spice. Drinks are good; during warm weather you can now eat outside; there's a pleasant, easy-going vibe here which goes with the still not fully gentrified East Cambridge surroundings.
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