Our Culture and Traditions
Tapatio means anything or anyone from the city of Guadalajara in Mexican state of Jalisco. A man from Guadalajara is a Tapatio, a woman, Tapatia. The song El Jarabe Tapatio is a traditional dance from Guadalajara.
If you are unfamiliar with Mexican food please read our food descriptions. With your permission we suggest the special dinners.
Not for the price, but because they are prepared with authentic, yet mild flavor. For those who like it hot, we put a dish of hot sauce on the table.
It is absolutely correct to eat Tacos and Tortillas with your fingers.
Mexican food is good only when prepared and served hot. Please Allow us time to prepare your food right. We use only 100 percent vegetable oil.
Descriptions of Mexican Dishes
Burritos (Bur-ree-tohs) Flour tortillas rolled with seasoned filling, covered with burrito sauce.
Chile Relleno (Chee-lay ray-yay-noh) Chile poblano stuffed with cheese and meat, dipped in egg batter, deep-fried and topped with cheese and sauce.
Enchiladas (En-chee-lah-dah) Tortillas rolled around seasoned fillings, covered with sauce and cheese.
Frijoles Refritos (Free-hole-ays Tay-free-tohs) Refried beans.
Guacamole (Wah-kah-mol-lay) Avocado Salad.
Nachos (Nah-Chos) Melted Cheese with jalapeño peppers on toasted tortillas.
Tacos (Tah-Kos) Tortillas, folded and filled with meat.
Tamal (Tah- Mahl) Corn meal Patty filled with chicken or pork and Mexican spices, steamed in a corn husk.
Tostada (Toes-tah-dah) Crispy-fried tortilla covered with refried beans, beef or chicken, lettuce, tomatoes and cheese.