Amazing taste, corn tortillas made in the house, chicharrones!! Only issue is the waiting time. But it is worth it!
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After reading the reviews of El Tragadero we just had to find out for ourselves what the intrigue and acclaim was all about. It's in a nondescript neighborhood, and totally unassuming, however, once through the door and inside it's as if time has stood still....More
Went there with a coupple of friends to celebrate a birthday. Its located in the old part of Ciudad Juarez. Its not a luxiorious place but the service was great. They start by serving you pork rinds (chicharron de cerdo) and just made beans and...More
Friendly service, fresh made tortillas, quiet environment, beans and chicharron as appetizers. It is a great option at any time of the day. High value for your money. Hint for thebusiness: please, install a sales point for cards.
Best arrachera and ribeye I've had in a long time. The home-made corn tortillas are delicious and the lady who makes them continuously visits your table so you always have hot tortillas. It truly is a museum of local bull-fighting, there even are bulls heads...More
As soon as you walk through the door, you see a smiling lady cooking fresh tortillas. There were a couple of tables available when we arrived, so we were seated immediately. Delicious pinto beans, pork skins, salsa and pico were delivered to our table, and...More
Well i have to say that the place it is really small but once you start getting the food omg sooooo good they give you some Mexican boiled beans first without ask for them so witch it is really good and fresh handmade tortillas we...More
I have been there a couple of times and ordered the rib eye and the chicken kabob. Both are very good. I do not hesitate in recommending either. The rib eye will definitely fill you up. Big steak. You can really taste the mesquite wood...More
The atmosphere is that of a long-standing restaurant. They have their own way of doing things and they know just how to do them. Whether it is the woman making tortillas up front, keeping the table with tortillas, or the guy behind the grill flaming...More