Chito's Taco Shop is a tiny, highly informal location that is wildly popular among the locals. It is an ideal stop during your workday or leisure day, ... More
Chito's Taco Shop
Chito's Taco Shop is a tiny, highly informal location that is wildly popular among the locals. It is an ideal stop during your workday or leisure day, for an authentic Mexican lunch. The front of the shop holds an order counter, with the menu posted overhead. Several two-person tables are located inside, with bright blankets and sombreros showcased above each table. Choose from a vast selection of tacos, burritos, tortas and enchiladas. Try the ever-popular Carne Asada or a Guacamole Taco.
Have been going there for over two years, always good food, BUT today my order, 4 items, had no cheese, little meat, flowed of runny sour cream and one carne asada item had a bone in it. Called to complain and employee did nothing. I asked to speak the owner, said he wasn't there, asked when he would be there she replied that I had short changed her when I paid my bill to her. WRONG! I counted my payment twice before paying her and even included a $2.03 tip. Lost a customer today.
i love the food. chitos taco shop is my fave mexican restaraunt ever!!! p.s i love all mexican food!!! you really should go there if your in ca i suggest this is the place to go. i always get a cheese enchalada with little or no sauce and a side of rice and beans.
I LOVE CHITO'S TACO SHOP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
My family and I just had dinner there last night (7/15/07) after a long day at the Wild Animal Park. The food was great! As we were driving away from the restaurant (we parked in front of the door to the restaurant) we noticed a fat rat in the restaurant! It was so discusting and it was just waiting by the door next to the broom and dust pan. We could not believe what we were witnessing! The rat was so big and fat, our boys thought it was a squirriel until they saw the tail. We will never return to that restaurant again. It was absolutely revolting!
Established in 1908, this is Escondido's oldest park and it is a registered landmark. The park is home to a
turn of the century working barn, the Escondido Historical Society Museum, and other historic buildings and monuments.
This archaeological repository features small exhibits exploring the past of San Diego, especially its Indian heritage. Visitors enjoy shows that
offer glimpses of the region's Indian culture, which first emerged in the San Diego area about 10,000 years ago. ...