How to eat your way to the best Mexican restaurant in the world
In Mexico City, if you want to find the best taco shop in the country, you’re going to have to walk around for a while.
The city’s only three taco-and-gravy joint is Paradise, located at the corner of El Paso and Guadalupe.
It’s a little bit of a maze, but it’s actually pretty easy to get to, especially with the best tacos on the block.
And it’s not like you have to go anywhere to get there.
Paradise is a two-story restaurant that takes advantage of the city’s extensive taco scene.
There are three main types of tacos, according to the menu: the classic taco (a crispy, crunchy taco topped with cheese), the enchilada (a meaty taco with cheese, salsa, and cilantro), and the burrito (a small, fluffy, crispy taco with shredded pork, salsa and cheddar).
The classic taco is topped with rice and meat, and the enchiada is a traditional Mexican dish that’s served with guacamole, corn tortillas, and a sweet red sauce.
The burrito is served with beans and rice, and you can eat a side of corn or a big salad.
For my favorite taco, the salsa taco, I had the burritos with green onions, tomatoes, and avocado.
I ended up with a lot of green onions and lots of tomatoes, which really gave the tacos a tangy flavor.
A little bit like the taco at Paradise, the enChilada is filled with a mix of meat and cheese, and it’s the perfect way to end a meal with a drink.
I ordered a small bottle of beer and a glass of red wine for a $2.25 dinner.
Paradise tacos are very popular, and if you have any reservations, they’ll probably be a bit pricey.
Paradise’s owners, who opened in 2012, have been on a mission to make the best burrito in the city, so I’m sure they’ll have something special for you.
Read more about food and dining at Paradise.