El Huarache Azteca

★★★★☆
  • 3842 International Blvd

    Oakland, CA 94601

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  • 510-533-2395

About El Huarache Azteca

Hours
Mon-Fri 9 am - 9 pm, Sat 8 am - 10 pm, Sun 8 am - 9 pm
4.0 2
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I have been here twice. The first time was for dinner, and the shrimp dish I had was lovely...with this creamy, spicy sauce I adored. My friend had pork tacos. I tried those, and they were very well spiced. The sangrias were yummy, and for dessert we had fried plantains. Unlike anything I'd had before, and DELICIOUS.

Then, I went back for breakfast. Overcooked eggs on both of our dishes. At least they gave us chips and salsa with breakfast.

I will be back for the plantains, oh yes. I will probably be back for dinner in general, but not breakfast.

2
★★★★☆

I have been here twice. The first time was for dinner, and the shrimp dish I had was lovely...with this creamy, spicy sauce I adored. My friend had pork tacos. I tried those, and they were very well spiced. The sangrias were yummy, and for dessert we had fried plantains. Unlike anything I'd had before, and DELICIOUS.

Then, I went back for breakfast. Overcooked eggs on both of our dishes. At least they gave us chips and salsa with breakfast.

I will be back for the plantains, oh yes. I will probably be back for dinner in general, but not breakfast.

Pros: Shrimp, plantains, nice murals

Cons: blaring tv, overcooked eggs

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It's not your typical taqueria, focusing more on traditional indigenous foods and preparation. The huarache, which the restaurant is named after, come in plenty of varieties and the two I was able to sample were great. The pork was great, the hominy was good, it was just the broth that was too mild for me. I ordered the chilaquiles. They were spicy, the tortilla was still crispy, and the sauce was nice and thick. I would go back and try some more items on the menu.

4
★★★★☆

It's not your typical taqueria, focusing more on traditional indigenous foods and preparation. The huarache, which the restaurant is named after, come in plenty of varieties and the two I was able to sample were great. The pork was great, the hominy was good, it was just the broth that was too mild for me. I ordered the chilaquiles. They were spicy, the tortilla was still crispy, and the sauce was nice and thick. I would go back and try some more items on the menu.

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