This was by far the best tacos, burritos, fresh fruit drinks in San Jose. The quesadilla's too. I started going when my oldest son was 4 yrs old, he is 32 now. He moved to southern CA and when he came to visit he had to eat there before he left. He is also sad they closed. Does anyone know what happened to them?
I have been eating here for over 20 years, but don't get in as often as I would like because I am mobility impaired and there is no parking. The prices are high, but the food is worth it. If you are at all pushy or rude, you will find the staff unfriendly and rude, but if you arrive with a smile and are patient, they will bend over backwards for you.
I went to this place for the first time today because of the good recommendations here. I was not happy with my order.
I ordered a chicken quesadilla that cost me $6.77. It was no better than any other that I have had at other taquerias. I work only a 3 minute walk away from the restaurant and by the time I got back to my office it was really soggy, and that was with me having the pico de gallo on the side. The tortilla was really greasy as well. The one good thing I can say is that they were not skimpy with the chicken, as the thing was packed full of it. However, I would have liked to have some extras on it, but each extra is $.50, so I do not think I got a very good value for my money because the item was already too expensive.
Oh, and if you don't typically carry cash, make sure you have some because they don't accept credit cards or debit transactions.
This place was just too expensive for its rather average food.
I used to work right in the building accross the street and i had their burritos for lunch almost on a daily bassis. After 5 years i came back and the place hasn't changed a bit. They still offer the best burritos i have ever had. Juicy, tasty and the carne asada tastes like carne asada. I don't remember having anything else but the burritos. They are just to good.
I've been going to La Taqueria for 18 years and the quality and service have remained excellent. Their burritos and quesadilla's are a favorite of mine and the owner is always there to greet you and make you feel welcome.
The prices are higher than other taqueria's but well worth it.
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