We saw this place on Bizarre Foods and really wanted to try it, so when we finally made it to Dallas, this was my first pick of places to go. First I'll say it was hard to find (our GPS had the wrong side of the street, so we kept driving past it - plus we thought the sign was hard to find). Parking nearby is pretty easy (I think we paid $2). It's very small, with bar stools and community tables. The tacos were very good and extremely fresh - it's definitely the family-run place portrayed on the show, and those little Mexican ladies sure know how to cook! But I will say they were the most expensive tacos we've ever eaten. We ordered the ceviche (which was excellent), five tacos and one drink, and I think we spent $60. We also went into the back and saw the smaller dining room where apparently there are GREAT sit-down dinners - we didn't know about this, and I'm bummed out (I didn't do any research before coming, but clearly should have), because I bet those dinners are fabulous, and I wouldn't have mind paying a premium for that. We also got the honor of finding the father doing his art in that back room carving the handles of the pistols, wow, is he incredibly talented. He doesn't speak English, but he seems like a gentle, charming man who didn't mind us watching him do his art. All in all, I'm not entirely sure I'd go back for tacos, but ONLY because they were pricey, but I would LOVE to go back one time for the sit-down dinner in that back room!
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