GNR Nomination Period is Open
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gleam wrote:Here's hoping everything stays the same.
G Wiv wrote:After a dismal lunch at Tony C's favorite buffet, Buffet Palace (not my idea)
Octarine wrote:As a fan of the Buffet Palace, I am saddened to hear you had a bad meal. In my defense I have only ever eaten there on weekend evenings when most buffets are much better.
G Wiv wrote:It wasn't so much an overtly bad meal as dull, boring, bland.
Jazzfood wrote:Lately, I've been going here more and more for the al pastor. When they're on, they're as good as I've had...
Da Beef wrote:Except today was the first time I've ever seen a pineapple on top and had some in my tacos when here and I def. prefer them with.
Jefe wrote:At least they had the charred jalapenos today, which at this point, after a few unsuccessful runs, might be my only reason to return to Tierra Caliente.
Jamieson22 wrote:So I had lunch a few weeks back at their 2nd location (I assume it is the second location based on exhaustive investigative measures of the name) and was very underwhelmed.
I had gone with a rajas gordita, pastor taco and lomo taco. Perhaps it was bad ordering at the time but nothing was all that exciting and I was picking up a harsh solventy taste in their red salsa.
Any comparisons between the two?
Carniceria y Taqueria Tierra Caliente #2
2556 West Armitage Avenue, Chicago, IL - (773) 486-5936
JeffB wrote:Even the various Pasaditas aren't identical.
stevez wrote:Hey PigOut, I must have just missed you. I was there around 1:20 for a chivo and an al pastor. The taco de chivo was great, with just the right mix of fat to meat and the cut-fresh-from-the-trompo al pastor, served with a extra slice of pineapple, had me ordering a second one.