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Antojitos is the Mexican term for snack, but this small, year-old restaurant offers a broad sampling of Tex-Mex and Salvadoran dishes. At the all-you-can-eat buffet ($6.99 weekdays, $7.25 weekends), load chicken, beef or pork filling into taco shells and pile rice, refried beans, chicken wings, watermelon slices and cookies alongside. On weekdays, tacos are 99 cents each. For larger appetites, taco, enchilada, tostada and tamale meals come with rice and refried beans, plus tortilla chips and homemade salsa. Filling choices include not just beef, chicken and pork but beef tongue. At $8.95, the salty, savory carne asada (thin-cut, braised beef) is a great alternative to tortilla-based dishes. Thirsty? The beer selection includes Corona, Modelo, Negro Modelo, Dos Equis and Suprema.
- Salvadoran, Tex-Mex
- Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
- Cheerful din