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    Colectivo 9

    Good find. This place is on West side of Revo, half a block South of Calle 6, which is not bad. Have to try it next time.

    Zona Gastronomica is just too far South. I would never drive down that far just for a meal. Senor Pampas is off Paseo de LOS Heroes, about 10 miles South of La Zona, but it's worth the drive to splurge.

    There is a mariscos taco place on East side of O'Campo, half block South of 4, with a large menu, fresh seafood, grilled bass, very cheap shrimp, fish tacos, ceviche etc.

    Quote Originally Posted by Flyer47  [View Original Post]
    Has anyone tried Colectivo 9 on Revolucin? Looks interesting on Yelp, I was thinking of trying it out soon.

  2. #200
    Has anyone tried Colectivo 9 on Revolución? Looks interesting on Yelp, I was thinking of trying it out soon.

  3. #199
    I agree about the quality of the la zona's tacos. The tacos al pastor outside of Hong Kong are the best tacos I've ever had. I honestly miss those tacos and I can't have tacos in the states anymore.

    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    It was fun to see you gulp down the big tacos al pastor like a pro. Hehe. La Zona's tacos are exceptionally tasty with all fresh ingredients and just the right amount of spices in the marinade, leaving a delicious balance of taste, texture and flavor in the juicy meat. The other taco al pastor cart on Revo near Amnesia strip club, very popular with taxi drivers, puts too much cumin in their marinade taking away most natural flavors.

    In comparison, Chipotle's beef tacos are tiny, tasteless and the meat smells like it's been around a few days. I don't think Chipotle's ingredients are fresh as they claim.

    Big eaters should try Senor Pampas' Brazilian steak house in Zona Rio, AYCE meats and seafood dinner, $11 weekday. Would cost $70 in OC and LA.

    It was fun to have you as a wingman. Let's do it again soon.

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  5. #197

    Gastronomical food in Tijuana

    It was fun to see you gulp down the big tacos al pastor like a pro. Hehe. La Zona's tacos are exceptionally tasty with all fresh ingredients and just the right amount of spices in the marinade, leaving a delicious balance of taste, texture and flavor in the juicy meat. The other taco al pastor cart on Revo near Amnesia strip club, very popular with taxi drivers, puts too much cumin in their marinade taking away most natural flavors.

    In comparison, Chipotle's beef tacos are tiny, tasteless and the meat smells like it's been around a few days. I don't think Chipotle's ingredients are fresh as they claim.

    Big eaters should try Senor Pampas' Brazilian steak house in Zona Rio, AYCE meats and seafood dinner, $11 weekday. Would cost $70 in OC and LA.

    It was fun to have you as a wingman. Let's do it again soon.

    Quote Originally Posted by IGotFingers  [View Original Post]
    Had the honor of making my 1st trip to HK / La Zona with Captain Solo last week for the Stripper of the Year event. Had a blast. During the intermission, we had a bite at the popular taco spot before the Captain gave me a tour of all the other clubs, restaurants, street girls. The al pastor was some of the best I've ever had when compared to what you can get in Socal. I believe they were 20 pesos each and the tacos were surprisingly a lot bigger than what I expected. The average eater would be happy with 2-3 tacos.

  6. #196
    Had the honor of making my 1st trip to HK / La Zona with Captain Solo last week for the Stripper of the Year event. Had a blast. During the intermission, we had a bite at the popular taco spot before the Captain gave me a tour of all the other clubs, restaurants, street girls. The al pastor was some of the best I've ever had when compared to what you can get in Socal. I believe they were 20 pesos each and the tacos were surprisingly a lot bigger than what I expected. The average eater would be happy with 2-3 tacos.

  7. #195
    Quote Originally Posted by Flyer47  [View Original Post]
    Anyone know where I can get a good elote in Tijuana?
    At La Linea.

  8. #194
    Anyone know where I can get a good elote in Tijuana?

  9. #193

    Senor PHO

    The restaurant is right across the street from Hong Kong's front door with a circular sign. The sign is very hard to read and does not spell out PHO clearly, so I was always assuming it was just another Mexican restaurant. This confusing circular sign is a big marketing mistake. The owner should post more signs in the windows, advertising PHO and Vietnamita cuisine.

    After drinking 4 beers and ogling dozens hot girls in HK, my stomach needed soothing. So I crossed Coahuila to Senor Pho and ordered a medium bowl of PHO, rice noodle beef soup with brisket and tongue, for 80 pesos. The medium bowl is small, about the size of a grape fruit. It has enough flavor and aroma of beef pho, but the noodle was way under cooked, broth thin, meats sliced razor thin, leaving no texture or taste.

    In comparison a cup of Sopa de Rez at the popular taco stand costs only 32 pesos, the broth is way too rich and fatty with about a quarter pound of chopped beef, eaten with corn tacos dipped in the soup. This Mexican sopa if served with rice, wheat ior corn noodle in bigger bowls would be a better balance between taste of meat, broth and starch and.

    The quality and quantity of food of Mr Pho are way lower compared to other ethnic, Vietnamita, Chinese restaurants near La Zona, and far worse than Mexican's. The same mistakes were done by the Vietnamita guy next to Chicago a few years back. The Chicago's Pho was way tastier, better and more sumptuous, but he did not survive. Unless Mr Pho makes improvements quickly he will not be able to develop repeat clienteles to make a sustainable and profitable restaurant business, and the place will go down like other Vietnamita restaurants in La Zona.

  10. #192

    Free Samples at Senor Pho for Newbie

    I brought a friend over to try the food at Senor Pho yesterday afternoon and the manager gave a free fried rice bowl sample and a free iced Vietnamese coffee sample once he heard it was her first visit. Had another Vietnamese limonada and enjoyed the restaurant ambiance.

  11. #191
    Is Senor Pho Orthodox or Reformed?

    Is his restaurant Kosher?

    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    It's right next to bar Tropical and Mermaids massage.

  12. #190
    Quote Originally Posted by Travv  [View Original Post]
    Have been visiting Senor Pho for their Vietnamese Iced Coffee and today for another Vietnamese Lemonade. Always good on a warm day. The Vietnamese Lemonade is like a lemonade Slurpee with lots of crushed ice with a whole lemon blended in. Well worth the 40 pesos when you are thirsty for beyond ice cold lemonade with real lemons. I've tried the Vietnamese Pho with chicken and vegetables but I prefer the fried egg sandwich with Vietnamese vegetables on a baguette. Took refuge in the restaurant to escape the painfully loud band that plays by the taco shop and discovered how good the food is there. The restaurant also has a TV that shows current movies and National Geographic while you are sipping your drinks and watching the events in the street. Recommended: Vietnamese Iced coffee and Vietnamese lemonade, along with the fried egg sandwich. Haven't tried the appetizers yet but soon.
    I stopped in to Mr. Pho two times this week. On their menu the third Pho dish that was offered was a bowl of Pho with thinly sliced steak and lengua. The sixth Pho dish was beef brisket with lengua. I think these were the only two bowls of Pho that offered lengua, which I like a lot. Fewer and fewer taco carts over the years seem to be offering lengua.

    The medium size Phos cost 80 pesos and the grandes cost 125 pesos. On my first visit I ordered the brisket with lengua in size medium. I thought it was pretty good with the rice noodles well prepared. Not a lot of meat in the bowl, but it was consistent with the amount of meat I typically get in the cheaper Pho restaurants in Orange County.

    On my second visit I went for a grande size bowl of the thin sliced steak and lengua. I was far less satisfied on my second visit. I was not carefully counting the slices of meat on my visits, but it sure seemed like there was just about the same amount of meat in the medium serving as there was in the grande-sized, which made the grande-sized bowl appear to be very skimpy. And not just in the meat. The garnishment plate with bean sprouts, cut limes and peppers were exactly the same size during both of my visits and even the amount of rice noodles seemed to be about the same (on my second visit the noodles seemed sticky and a little overcooked). I went there two days apart and it seemed as if all you got extra on the Grande size bowls was more broth and not more of anything else!

    And then the guy tried to short change me twice on that second visit. I paid for the grande bowl with a 500-pesos note. The initial change I got was 345 pesos. On the counter by the cash register I refused to pick up my change and told him it was short as I pointed at it. He said it was correct, but when I still didn't pick it up he looked it over with greater scrutiny and then opened the register and added another 20-peso note to my change still sitting on the counter. I told him there should still be "diez mas" and he disagreed with me. We stared at each other. A couple more times I had to refuse picking up the change and instead say to him "there should be diez mas". So he finally replied by picking up the calculator next to the cash register and entering 500 and then subtracting 125 to get the displayed result of 375. He pointed at the calculator total and then my change.

    On the counter I separated out the two cien notes. I pointed to them and said "Doscientos, si" and then I said to him in English "But this is not seventy five pesos" he looked at my change while shaking his head. And then he acted the part of suddenly realizing I was correct. He opened the register drawer once again and pulled out another ten pesos to add to my change.

    For a second I though about taking back my twelve pesos tip I had left on my dining table, but decided to just leave it. I'm not sure if I will return there on future trips to La Zona. But if I do, I will only order the medium serving of Pho.

  13. #189

    Senor Pho

    It's right next to bar Tropical and Mermaids massage.

    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    Menu looks delicious with many exotic dishes:

    https://www.facebook.com/senor.pho.tijuana/?ref=py_c

  14. #188

    Senor Pho, Calle Coahuila, Tijuana

    Menu looks delicious with many exotic dishes:

    https://www.facebook.com/senor.pho.tijuana/?ref=py_c

  15. #187

    Senor Pho Vietnamese Restaurant. Approved

    Have been visiting Senor Pho for their Vietnamese Iced Coffee and today for another Vietnamese Lemonade. Always good on a warm day. The Vietnamese Lemonade is like a lemonade Slurpee with lots of crushed ice with a whole lemon blended in. Well worth the 40 pesos when you are thirsty for beyond ice cold lemonade with real lemons. I've tried the Vietnamese Pho with chicken and vegetables but I prefer the fried egg sandwich with Vietnamese vegetables on a baguette. Took refuge in the restaurant to escape the painfully loud band that plays by the taco shop and discovered how good the food is there. The restaurant also has a TV that shows current movies and National Geographic while you are sipping your drinks and watching the events in the street. Recommended: Vietnamese Iced coffee and Vietnamese lemonade, along with the fried egg sandwich. Haven't tried the appetizers yet but soon.

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