The ambiance at Taqueria Cancun is Mexican Bohemian, with students, artistic types, yuppies, tourists and Mexican ex-pat families mixing easily over ... More
The ambiance at Taqueria Cancun is Mexican Bohemian, with students, artistic types, yuppies, tourists and Mexican ex-pat families mixing easily over huge platters of enchiladas, tacos, fajitas and other authentic Mexican favorites. The beef here is slow-cooked and exceptionally flavorful with its chile-spiked marinade. The service is friendly and personable, but peak hours can slow them down, so plan accordingly.
I lived about two blocks (27th and Guerrero) from Taqueria Cancun and ate their at least once a week, usually twice. Great value, great food, and the cheapest/fattest most delicious veggie burrito out there - little tip for you veg heads out there. This burritos here are second only to Taqueria La Altena, in my humble opinion. Since I'm on the subject, if you're in the Mission, you gotta have the tacos at the El Tonayense truck, soooooooooo good.
I'm Mexican, been living in the US for quite a while and obviously crave the stuff since I only get to go home once a year. Some relatives recommended this place, and oh boy what a disappointment, it's absolutely nothing like the real deal. In the first place burritos is not even mexican fare. The flavours were off, just like any other tex-mex place. If you happen to be in Chicago and have a chance, go to Frontera grill, that's the only place where I have had REAL mexican food in the US.
Nice assembly line food makers custom make your dish. Its a little more than it should be price wise but decent. Beer is kind of expensive. You would think with all that help and room as it is kind of large they could make chips but no, they subscibe to the Mission street Smart and Final bag o chips, and they are yellow chips probably made in China. Come on just because white people eat there dosn't mean we don't know chips.
The only Mexican joint in the Mission I like to toddle too in the wee hours of the morn. I know I'll get to stuff myself with a hearty, delish meal that won't endanger my intestines.
My only quibble is the dicey location, which means that once I leave the car I get to interact with the leering crazies of the hood.
I keep telling myself to try out other taquerias in the neighborhood, but I just can't bring myself to not eat at Cancun. The burritos are amazing and taste better every time I go there. Service is always speedy too.
I highly recommend the pork super burrito. Also love their bottled beverage selection.
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