NY York Foodie, Sasha Grand in front of Fonda Restaurant
I started the morning with an email from a friend with this LINK about food in Mexico City. I see that this wonderful restaurant I JUST ate at in Brooklyn is featured. I remember that I have not uploaded my photos yet from said restaurant and so here I am blogging about them.
The restaurant is located in Park Slope. I LUFF Park Slope. My best friend from college has been living there for the past 15 years and for whatever reason, they have GREAT Mexican food. People always joke about how New York City is really lagging in the taco department. I am here to tell you they are definitely improving!
He started with a Guava soda. I had a Guava Margarita. Fantastic! We ordered the "Taquitos" appetizer of pastor with pina. I was a little confused by the moniker as to me a taquito is a rolled, deep fried taco. But here it just means 'little taco.'
They were delicious. They come in threes. Somehow we managed to save one for his Dad.
Pastor with Pineapple 3 Taco Appetizer
Carne Asada w/ green beans + a sweet corn mushroom sauce
The grilled steak, carne asada offering is one of Sasha's favorites. I can see why. It was RIDICULOUS. Tender, juicy, flavorful, with green beans and mushrooms on top. Totally ADDICTIVE. Give me MORE. Send it Overnight Express! Andale!
We also got an order of the Enchilada Suizas. A classic I have been eating at La Serenata de Garabaldi for over 20 years. How was it? Delicious.
Chips and Guacamole? Delicious. The corn tortillas? Delicious. The service? Perfect. The decor? Very charming. The rice and beans? YUM.
The have an incredible cook book called Truly Mexican and a 2nd restaurant in Manhattan.
Definitely going back on my next visit.
The moral of the story? Listen to 12.9 year old foodies! Especially ones that are brave enough to order chicken feet at Chinese restaurants.
434 7th Avenue btw 14th & 15th
Brooklyn, NY 11215