There are five Taqueria Guadalajara Arandas restaurants in Austin, and to find out where each of them are, you have to call or visit one of those ... More
There are five Taqueria Guadalajara Arandas restaurants in Austin, and to find out where each of them are, you have to call or visit one of those locations since the company has no website. Either way, it's best that small chains (such as this) stay mostly secretive in order to keep it uniquely Austin. Breakfast and lunch taco specials are popular, but the platos fuertes (platters) hold their own. Flautas (flutes) are crunchy, fried corn tortillas wrapped around shredded chicken and served with Mexican rice, refried beans, shredded lettuce, tomato, avocado, and a dollop of sour cream. Like virtually every Mexican/Tex-Mex restaurant, chips & salsa are a tasty, free appetizer, and iced tea pairs perfectly with a squeeze of fresh lemon and/or lime. - Freddie Obregon
We have been going there for many many years, unbelievable family like atmosphere and service. Food is succulent adn tasty. The prices are unbelievable and i mean cheap. Jeff L Jones Pflugerville, Texas. We eat there every Sat. morning.
Chips and salsa are decent. Tortillas are factory made which seems to be a problem in Austin. Rice is bland and beans are not spiced right. I ordered the enchiladas and the sauce had a good flavor but the onions were raw and the sauce was runny. The beef burrito my friend ordered tasted sour. So it's only average. I went a couple of times and never felt the need to go back.
Complimentary chips and salsa with unlimited refills, huge drinks, and inexpensive meals makes this one of my very favorite spots. Already I know that when I go in for my tostada Al Pastor and my tea, it will cost me a mere $3.52 each and every time. I know that when I leave, my belly will be full and happy.
3 breakfast tacos $2.99. Huge glasses of soft drinks. Excellent red hot sauce. I think the egg, ham, and cheese breakfast tacos are best in town (you have to pay a little more than $2.99 to get the 1 extra ingredient). I think there is no better value in Austin for a mexican food breakfast. The lunch and dinner is also pretty good but I'd rate the food lower there than at breakfast where it is very good.
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