What day is it? Had some of the best carne asada & barbacoa tacos in the area. I knew immediately walking in, I had stepped into the confinement’s of a true authentic taco joint. Located in a mini meat market grocery store, this was a super hole in the wall. Being the only non-Hispanic in the establishment, I received countless stares and out of place looks. My presence definitely shook their normalities on this Taco Tuesday. As with any taqueria that I’m scouting for my first time I ordered my usual carne asada tacos. Heard the barbacoa was it here, so I got two of those as well. Man, these tacos were smacking good. The meat here is the big show. Very good portions in each taco and I really enjoyed the seasoned lamb meat in the barbacoa tacos. There was so much flavor packed in these, I did not have to sauce anything up. Just a light touch squeeze of the limes over the top and you’re good to go. The homemade tortillas were great and weren’t too thin, nor too thick. Tortillas are key in a taco and they came out just right with a good medium balance of flour, warmed and lightly grilled. Now, to really take this meal to another dimension, a must order beverage is the Horchata. Could be up for debate on top Horchatas I’ve ever encountered. I helplessly downed my first cup before the tacos were ready and required a refill. Vet move: Always ask for no ice so it doesn’t water the taste down and you’ll also gain more volume since the cubes of ice aren’t filling the capacity of the cup. This drink from the heavens is made in house using water, milk, rice, cinnamon, sugar, and this secret powder stuff. Possible it’s what was used in MJ’s secret stuff water bottle in Space Jam?