Sesame Fries

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The restau­rant is known for rolling “fat­ties,” a pop­u­lar nick­name for their mon­ster bur­ri­tos. One of my fa­vorites is the Rag­ing Queso Burrito. It may seem strange, but I took one of the server’s ad­vice and got it with beef brisket, and it was the best food ad­vice I’ve got­ten. It was pure good­ness with fla­vor­ful and ten­der brisket, and my stom­ach was beyond happy. The gi­ant burrito also comes with sautéed bell pep­pers, onions, and corn with pico and cheese. Then, to top it all off, the burrito is served on a plate cov­ered with queso dip and pico de gallo.

Baja Fish Tacos

Rag­ing Burrito that’s not quite so fill­ing or heavy, I like to en­joy the Baja Fish Tacos. I like to re­quest a corn taco shell. It’s some­thing about a corn shell ver­sus the typ­i­cal bland flour taco that seems to bring out the Sweet­wa­ter 420 beer bat­ter of the fish. The fish is flash-fried and topped with cab­bage and a chipo­tle baja sauce that fills the tacos with fla­vor. Pico de gallo tops off the dish. The tacos are served with a gar­den salad or a side of beans and rice topped with salsa and sour cream. Tako­rea Omigod! These aren’t your typ­i­cal fries. These are the fries I dream about. They are the per­fect ap­pe­tizer and a great way to start my meal of Mex­i­can and Korean fu­sion food. These fries are tossed in sesame oil and sweet & spicy sea­son­ing. You can dip these del­i­ca­cies in their house made chipo­tle ketchup.

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