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Best fajitas on earth, highly recommended! The service is nothing to write home about but they could be the soup nazis and I'd still come back. Bear in mind they close the store for a week when they go on family vacation. I about cried last AugustPreston Sands wrote:Chalo's
Sounds like a strong argument for CHALO'S!!Preston Sands wrote:In my opinion, THE PLACE to eat the best MEXICAN FOOD in GLOBE is:
Chalo's La Casa Reynoso
No question with me that being authenic rules! One authenic quality in a Mex cafe that I always look for is: Mex spiced ground beef (NO shreded beef) in the tacos & enchiladas! Another is NO sour cream on anything :yuck: !te-wa wrote:remember: it has to be authentic
Technically the shredded beef isauthentic for this region, especially frontal Sonora. In other regions the shredded meats were nearly always pork, but beef was prevalent here, especially during the Los Tucsonese times when ranching ruled the land in what is now southern AZ but then northern Mex. Thomas Sheridan wrote a couple of great books that incorporate the subject...Grasshopper wrote:No question with me that being authenic rules! One authenic quality in a Mex cafe that I always look for is: Mex spiced ground beef (NO shreded beef) in the tacos & enchiladas! Another is NO sour cream on anything :yuck: !te-wa wrote:remember: it has to be authentic
I grew up on the South Texas border only 8 miles from Reynoso, Mexico(where I had my FIRST for virtually everything..) so, any place with the name "Reynoso" in it has to be good...
Interesting! Different regions of MEX with different authenic ways to prepare. Guess I just grew-up in a region of "Tex-Mex" that preferred the Mex spiced ground beef more.Jeff MacE wrote:Technically the shredded beef is authentic for this region, especially frontal Sonora.
Agreed; I almost always have to try their enchilada sauce. You can tell right away if it's canned or a home recipe. The former being a cruel joke to play on a patron!!te-wa wrote:my fave is a Chile Relleno. No meat. I sometimes judge a restaruant on that one dish.
I think authentic in my terms is, NO sour cream, NO black olive. You want that junk, go to Garcia's (where there are more brands of whiskey than tequila, I kid you not)