Restaurant: Taco Mafia
Address: 232 Elizabeth Street Surry Hills, NSW 2010
The décor certainly did justice to its name with different pictures of tattooed men as wallpaper and police car doors with bullet holes. Staff also spoke in Spanish to each other so it’s like I was in Mexico mafia zone.
Look! Even the chairs have blood on the chairs! And if you feel like it, you can sit on the mafia chair.
For the burrito, there’s a selection of regular, super and especial. They are all the same size but comes with different things. The regular doesn’t have sour cream nor guac, the super is regular with a side of corn chips and the super has sour cream and guac in it.
|Burrito Especial with Chorizo ($13.90)|
Never had chorizo so minced before, the flavours were nice with kick of spiciness in it – perfect to warm yourself up with in Winter. The rice was well cooked and not gluggy.
|Soft Tacos with grilled veggies and pork ($9.90 for 2)|
Their grilled veggies includes zucchini, corn, eggplant and capsicum. Of course there was the tomato salsa with coriander. It was tasty! The pork was unfortunately dry.
The burrito made my dinner enjoyable and the staff was friendly when explaining the menu to us. Note that they do delivery and takeaway too but they don't open during the weekend.
Next Stop: Food was invited by Bill to try Taco Mafia's menu. All comments are based on my own opinions.