It was fun to experience (and survive) a small, local taquitoria. If you don't speak Spanish, be prepared to point and hope for the best! If you do speak Spanish, you'll be able to inform the server that what you received was not what you asked for. All in all, an authentic experience. .. but *good* food can easily be found elsewhere.
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