How can you NOT go? It's basically a little shack. Make sure you check open times, since when I went, there was a sign that it is closed a couple days during the week. You wait in line, place your order, wait for your food to be cooked, prepare your salsas and accompaniments, guard your table, wait for your number to be called, claim your food (multiple little plates since dishes are small), eat your food, and when the pressure from the hoverers to relinquish your table becomes too great, you pass the torch for them to have a similar experience, and in a split second restaurant staff comes over to wipe down your table so it is somewhat fresh for the next guest.
I tried a few of the tacos (grilled pork and the chorizo and cheese). The highlight was the special tamal of the day. I thought the tacos were tasty and very fresh tasting, however, I guess I've been fortunate to have had decent tacos in other places. In terms of the chorizo and cheese, the key is to eat that one first since I felt that as the cheese cooled and hardened, it wasn't as good as it might have been The tamal was insanely good and not something I ever tasted before. I scraped out the last bit of goodness from the corn husk. I also had a horchata. It tasted great with the food and offered a nice contrast of sweet to the spice.
Honor Julia Child and just go. You won't regret it.
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