Sunday, June 1, 2014

Tacolicious (San Francisco)

The Mission District in San Francisco is the place to find great Mexican food, I was told. Unfortunately, with our jam-packed schedule, I wasn't able to squeeze in a full Mexican meal, but we did manage to stop in Tacolicious for a delicious taco snack.

We initially ordered two tacos: a Veggie Taco with asparagus, fingerling potatoes, oyster mushrooms, and green garlic, and a Guajillo Braised Beef Short Rib Taco, served with three salsas. They were so appetizing and full of flavor that we ended up getting a second order of the tacos, which was well worth it. We sat at the bar, but there is also some cute patio seating in the space between this and the neighboring building.

Tacos at Tacolicious (San Francisco)
Left: Veggie Taco with asparagus, fingerling potatoes, oyster mushrooms, green garlicRight: Guajillo Braised Beef Short Rib Taco

Taco Salsas at Tacolicious (San Francisco)
Close-up of the salsas

Tacolicious's Mission location is a bit hard to find as the restaurant name is not visible from the street; look for the orange taco logo instead.

Restaurant info:
741 Valencia St., San Francisco, CA 94110
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