The proximity of the Slope to this taquería guarantees the patronage of gringos as well as campesinos-resulting in a crowd-pleasing menu of antojitos, egg dishes, and pan-Mexican entrées. But look to the chalkboard for funky regional specials like spongy shrimp cakes called torta de camarones, and a wonderful green mole laced with verdolaga (purslane).
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