Fried pacific cod, shot-and-a-beer braised chicken, house-made chorizo and potatoes, salsa verde pork(?). $22.90 Tacolicious, San Francisco CA
These tacos were delicious, but our server was kind of a bitch! She seemed really bored and couldn’t be bothered with anything. Thank god we ordered a cocktail pitcher. I needed the alcohol to put up with our lame server, although it was super weak. Not a good visit overall.
Paloma: El Jimador blanco, grapefruit, elderflower. Pitcher $34
Thick slab of pork belly, tamarindo-habanero salsa, pickled red onions, cilantro on a corn tortilla. Served with pickled vegetables. $4.95 each Tacolicious, San Francisco
This was the Taco of the Week. Omg, these were SO frickin’ good!!! I could have eaten 10 of these! The pork belly wasn’t overly fatty, but it was SO flavorful and tender. It’s a little bit pricey for a taco, but I’m gonna say it was worth it. Noms!
Trio of salsas. I love the salsa that came with the taco. They ranged from mild, medium and hot but none of them were really that hot. They were flavorful though and each of them distinct.
“Contramar-style”. Sliced tuna with crispy leeks, chipotle mayo, avocado on a crispy tostada. $10.95 Tacolicious, San Francisco
Very tasty! I love the textures in the this. The crispy deep fried leeks and the crispy tostada with the soft tuna and creamy avocado. Squeeze the lime on top to brighten it up and you have yourself a delicious meal.
Chips and salsa. Complimentary. Dee-lish! The salsa is SO good!
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Cocktail with tequila, prickly pear cactus, citrus. Four for $12 Tacolicious, San Francisco
The prickly pear ingredient intrigued us so we chose to order this flavor of chupito. It was pretty tasty and refreshing, but not very strong. You know me – I’m a drinker! I like the idea though of having multiple shots throughout the meal.