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Heard about La Taqueria and Taqueria Guadalajara. Comments anyone? Thanks.

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La Taqueria
2889 Mission St, San Francisco, CA 94110

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  1. RobMaitland,

    This is your third short post to the SF board, and the first that's gotten any kind of response. If you'd like our help, or to start a discussion, how about posting a bit about what you're looking for, what you like, the taquerias you've eaten at, etc.

    1. What have you heard about them? I think you'll already find lots of comments and discussions on this topic if you follow these links.

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      La Taqueria
      2889 Mission St, San Francisco, CA 94110

      La Taqueria Guadalajara
      3146 24th St, San Francisco, CA 94110

      1. they're pretty different, but both good. Taqueria Guadalajara will give you the thickest burrito ever for not very much, and it's pretty good, but the meat can be tough.

        La Taqueria will give you a small expensive burrito with extra for all the ala carte add-ons, but everythign is extremely high-quality and arguably the best burrito in the city.

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        La Taqueria
        2889 Mission St, San Francisco, CA 94110

        1. Tacos or burritos? Sounds like you want tacos. Both are good. La Taqueria uses big chunks of breast meat in their tacos, and they're heartier than most. Their pot beans are classic Mission style. Guacamole makes it pricier but, it's fresh, and chunky. Guadalajara is notable for it's crispy fried pork tacos, which makes for a good greasy bargain meal. None of the other elements stand out, and the sour cream can be watery, but all and all very good. Both are more decadent heavier style tacos.

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          La Taqueria
          2889 Mission St, San Francisco, CA 94110