The small Mexican restaurant in Little Havana has outstanding tacos. They serve all the hits here: al pastor, carne asada, lengua, barbacoa, and more. They don’t skimp on the filling, and give you a small mountain of cilantro and onions on the side so you can sprinkle to your liking. It’s the kind of simple, classic taco Miami needs more of.
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