Rancho Bravo Tacos

★★☆☆☆
  • 1500 Westlake Ave N Ste 118

    Seattle, WA 98122

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  • 206-322-9399

About Rancho Bravo Tacos

Hours
Sun-Tue 10:30am-10:30pm, Wed-Thu 10:30am-12am, Fri-Sat 10:30am-3am

Food

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The *idea* of Rancho Bravo is great: Small, quick, authentic Mexican taqueria in the heart of Capitol Hill, re-purposed from an old KFC store, open late.

The reality of Rancho Bravo is it's not very good.

Complaining about a $4 burrito might seem moot; as long as it's edible it's cheap enough to call it a wash. But it's OK to expect more from your burrito, people. The primary fault of Rancho Bravo's is its construction; even with the foil tight, unwrapped every few bites, it devolves into a gushy blob and falls apart as you eat. No structural integrity means flavors are lost. Makes me miss SF.

Stick with the tacos. At $2 a pop you can't go wrong. Simple and delicious: steamed tortilla, onion, cilantro, your choice of meat. The al pastor pork is especially good.

Pozole is greasier than it should be and less tasty. Points for a fist-size hunk of pork leg (or some other pig part equally meaty) floating in the tomatoey broth, but there should be more complexity to this dish.

No aguas frescas, but they do have Mexican Coke.

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★★☆☆☆

The *idea* of Rancho Bravo is great: Small, quick, authentic Mexican taqueria in the heart of Capitol Hill, re-purposed from an old KFC store, open late.

The reality of Rancho Bravo is it's not very good.

Complaining about a $4 burrito might seem moot; as long as it's edible it's cheap enough to call it a wash. But it's OK to expect more from your burrito, people. The primary fault of Rancho Bravo's is its construction; even with the foil tight, unwrapped every few bites, it devolves into a gushy blob and falls apart as you eat. No structural integrity means flavors are lost. Makes me miss SF.

Stick with the tacos. At $2 a pop you can't go wrong. Simple and delicious: steamed tortilla, onion, cilantro, your choice of meat. The al pastor pork is especially good.

Pozole is greasier than it should be and less tasty. Points for a fist-size hunk of pork leg (or some other pig part equally meaty) floating in the tomatoey broth, but there should be more complexity to this dish.

No aguas frescas, but they do have Mexican Coke.

Pros: Cheapo taqueria open late

Cons: Not that good

 

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