Assorted tacos – Tacos Cala

Assorted tacos - Tacos Cala
Trout potato adobo, carnitas, grilled lamb. Each $3.50
Tacos Cala, San Francisco CA

I just love the tacos at Cala. They’re always so tasty and such great quality. Of these three, I especially liked the trout and potato adobo. It was a nice change from your typical taco fillings. I also love the salsas that they have. I could eat these all day!

Fried cheese taco & Shrimp taco – Judie’s Tacos Locos

Fried cheese taco & Shrimp taco - Judie's Tacos Locos
Crispy fried cheese stuffed with carnitas, topped with salsa, cilantro, onions, avocado, and sour cream. $5
Sauteed shrimp topped with cabbage, sour cream, avocado, and fresh green tomatillo salsa. $4.50
Judie’s Tacos Locos, San Francisco CA

I liked both of these tacos, but the fried cheese taco was certainly different and very fun to eat. I enjoyed the crispy-gooey texture of the fried cheese and the carnitas were also flavorful. That’s not to say that the shrimp taco not tasty too. πŸ™‚

Assorted tacos – The Castro Republic

Assorted tacos - The Castro Republic
Chorizo, fried avocado, adobo chicken, taco de hongos, and beer-marinated steak. On organic corn tortilla, onion, cilantro relish, lime, and roasted tomatillo salsa. Taco Wednesday, each $2
The Castro Republic, San Francisco CA

I miss Taco Wednesdays at The Castro Republic! The tacos were so cheap, and yet they were of good quality and variety. Alas, I’ve moved to a neighborhood further away and have changed gyms. 😦

Trout tostadas – Cala

Trout tostadas - Cala
With chipotle, avocado, and fried leeks. $16
Cala, San Francisco CA

These were pretty tasty, and I thought that the fried leeks were a great component. I thought that the texture of the trout was verging on the slimy side, but that didn’t stop me from devouring these little bites!

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Pickled vegetables - Cala
Pickled vegetables. Complimentary

Assorted tacos – The Castro Republic

Assorted tacos - The Castro Republic
Heritage carnitas, adobo chicken, and beer-marinated steak. On organic corn tortilla, onion, cilantro relish, lime, and roasted tomatillo salsa. Taco Wednesday, each $2
The Castro Republic, San Francisco CA

These definitely hit the spot on a random Wednesday night. And I’m totally down with the two dollar price tag. While most places observe Taco Tuesday, they do Taco Wednesday at The Castro Republic!