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KC's Lack of Fine Mexican

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BChow Jun 28, 2004 09:43 PM

Just returned from Chicago. I was amazed to find the number of "high-end" (for lack of a better term) Mexican restaurants. A search of the Chicago board lists a least three multi-starred Mexican establishments. The restaurant we chose had four moles combined with a selection of locally raised, organic meats (beef, pork, chicken & duck) A wonderful meal! From my perspective we're hard-pressed to find a decent burrito in KC, much less anything approaching the Chicago choices. How come? Is anybody doing anything out there that approaches this?

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    m.toast RE: BChow Jun 29, 2004 11:01 AM

    Have you tried Mi Cocina on the Plaza? Reasonable prices, classy atmosphere, good food. It's a chain, but a good one.

    Link: http://www.mcrowd.com/micocina/main.htm

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      dhukill RE: BChow Dec 17, 2006 04:14 PM

      What about Rudy's?

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        chileheadmike RE: BChow Dec 17, 2006 04:46 PM

        If you can't find a decent burrito you're not looking in the right place. Get off of Southwest Blvd and on to Kansas Ave or Central. It ain't high end but...

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          gregl RE: BChow Dec 18, 2006 05:30 PM

          Try Ixtapa Mexican Cuisine, 7103 Nw Barry Road, KCMO. It is in the Plaza just to the west of I-29.

          1. heatherkay RE: BChow Dec 18, 2006 06:40 PM

            El Patron on SW Blvd is pretty good, and definitely aiming for a more refined feel -- I've written about it on a couple of threads

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              kcfoodie RE: BChow Dec 19, 2006 02:25 PM

              My favorite is Pancho's on main...24 hours a day.

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                dhukill RE: BChow Dec 22, 2006 10:34 AM

                KC is not over saturated with "fine" Mexican but we certainly have plenty of good placed to eat.

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