[Homestead] Mexican food was: Ethnicity (was Tortillas)
don.bowen at earthlink.net
Sun Apr 15 11:07:22 EDT 2007
At 4/15/2007, you wrote:
>Carne asada burritos still come with
>lots of onions, and they even used to tuck in a little serrano surprise.
Jillibertos, one near the Big 5 in Escondido and the other in Pala
Valley. After their Carne Asada all others are just a pale
imitation. Three rolled Tacos with Guacamole and cheese and a Carne Asada
Taco with a large Pepsi is around $4 wit all the fresh salsa and pickled
carrots one could want. One of the places I always have to stop and with
good fortune one is on the road I take to get to my storage.
Then there is a place in San Marcos. All the sign says is Mexican
Seafood. They make the best fish tacos. A plate of two with chips and
salsa and a drink is less than $5. I go there every chance I get but it
has been a while. I guess I need an excuse to make a trip to Frys.
Then in Escondido there are two really good sit down places, Estrada's and
El Galleon. Estrada's is Tex Mex, very different that the usual Baja Style
we get but one of my favorites. El Galleon is a seafood place with
Mazatlan style. Everything I have had there is good.
Then there is that Vietnamese place in Kearny Mesa that serves a good Curry
Chicken on Mondays and Wednesdays but you have to be there before noon
because they run out. I was taken to that place by a co worker who was one
of the first boat people allowed into the US.
Don Bowen Awl Knotted Up KI6DIU
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