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Best chilaquiles in Twin Cities?

mngal Oct 29, 2012 07:30 PM

Where can I surprise the hubby with a surprise chilaquiles in the Twin Cities?


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    cleanplateannie Oct 29, 2012 07:49 PM

    Chilaquiles are one of my weaknesses. Here are my two current faves:

    Andale Taqueria (Nicollet & 494 in Richfield)Sat and Sun for sure, buy maybe on weekdays-ask for the "taqueria" fresh green salsa/sauce. They always have it, but don't hand it out unless you ask.

    Brasa-- Sunday brunch (maybe Saturday too, but have only gone on Sunday) Has a great tangy, verde sauce.

    1. diesel Oct 29, 2012 07:57 PM

      I'm partial to Homi's verde version.

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        ssioff Oct 30, 2012 05:33 AM

        +1 and the owners are so nice.

      2. The Dairy Queen Oct 29, 2012 09:45 PM

        Whatever you do, avoid the dreadful ones at Longfellow Grill. Tastes like someone dumped an packet of McCormick's taco seasoning over them. Absolutely inedible.


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          bkmnus Oct 30, 2012 05:56 AM

          My go to place is Pineda Tacos in Plymouth - I prefer the salsa verde version. Don't expect fancy, just good, solid Mexican street food.

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            mitch cumstein Oct 30, 2012 07:00 AM

            la loma in the midtown global market had a really solid green version...

          2. drew13000 Oct 30, 2012 09:10 AM

            I love the chilaquiles at La Loma and Las Teresitas. I think El Nuevo Rodeo also has a pretty good version. I always ask for verde sauce and an egg, over-easy.

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              EricShawnSmith Oct 30, 2012 09:28 AM

              Besides my Mother's I really echo those that suggested those at Homi (agreed at the awesomeness of the owners too) and La Loma in MGM.

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                docfood Oct 30, 2012 06:28 PM

                Homi is where I would go. The owners are fantastic and the chilaquiles, sublime.

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              Seige Nov 1, 2012 08:27 AM

              Haven't had them yet, but Tilia apparently just added chilaquiles to their brunch menu.

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                baa Nov 1, 2012 10:19 AM

                I don't think they're new--I had chilaquiles there several months ago. I didn't like them very much, actually, but I haven't had that many versions, so I'm not an authority by any stretch. They seemed too "soupy" in my opinion.

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                Haricotsv2 Nov 3, 2012 11:06 AM

                My dh loves them at Nuevo Rodeo.

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