Chico's Tacos

at 11381 Montwood Dr,, El Paso, 79930 United States


Chico's Tacos
11381 Montwood Dr,
El Paso , TX 79930
United States
Contact Phone
P: (915) 565-5555
Website
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chico%27s_Tacos

Specialities

Price category
$ (0-10)

Reviews for Chico's Tacos

Gabriela C.

Why oh why did you have to change the cheese ????? This was the perfect place to go get sick after a drunken crazy night... lol I know I know they are... Read more

Melinda L.

I love Chicos, but they need the old cheese back. Let's rally people!!!!!! This is important

Carlos G.

Average taco covered and smothered in red salsa juice and cheese. I don't get it, people from El Paso don't know what real Mexican food is. Everyone brags... Read more
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It was founded on July 4, 1953 by local boxing promoter Joe Mora.
[1] It was also a topic of the Gabriel Iglesias stand up act, I'm not Fat...
I'm Fluffy .
Chico's has entered into local legend for its rolled tacos in a special tomato soup-like sauce, [3] as well as its low prices.
Since Mora's death in 1992, the restaurants have been run by his surviving children.
[4]
Chico's Tacos' specialty dish is a paper tray containing three rolled tacos, referred to as flautas, submerged in bath of a special tomato soup-like sauce that is topped with shredded Cheese.
The most commonly ordered items are the single order (three tacos) or double order (six tacos).
In addition to their legendary tacos, Chico's Tacos are also known for their unique hot dogs.
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In addition to the name, which differed from Chico's by only one letter, Chuco's Tacos also featured a paper tray with rolled tacos in a tomato-based sauce as its main menu item.
Chuco's Tacos went out of business on July 18, 2008, before the trial could begin.
[1]
"There are two men eating here, and they're kissing," Nava said in Spanish on the 911 recording released by authorities.
"They are homosexuals.
I approached them and told them that they couldn't be kissing here because there are children here.
They were kissing on the lips."
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