Taking its name from his owner, Otto Cedeno, Otto's Tacos only serves...tacos. No, there, there are no quesadillas or tortas, only tacos made with a fresh tortilla prepared daily.
It is a small joint, with lots of people coming to grab a meal and go, or sit at one of the (sort of) communal tables.
We ordered at the counter and, right away, the kitchen fired our order that was ready in five minutes or so.
Guacamole and chips: for less than $5, you get a nice amount of a delicious guacamole.
Carne asada with red salsa (red salsa). They forgot the guacamole that is an add on, but it was not a problem as we got plenty on the side.
Chicken (green salsa):
Mushroom with red salsa:
All these tacos were very good, tasty, with lots of salsa on them. My favorite was the carne asada one. However, I should mention that I was not that thrilled by the fresh tortilla, although I was looking forward to it. For instance, I wanted to take a photo with a taco in my hand, but it broke apart. All of them did and it was very messy to eat! I should mention that the sauces were mild and we could add a kick thanks to the sauces on the table.
Last was dessert. We got the churro that was served with a dulce de leche sauce. This was exquisite and the best way to end a meal. In fact, I would just go for the churro!
Otto's Tacos was good, but definitely not the best tacos I ever had. But if you are in the area and want to have cheap tacos, this is your spot.
Enjoy (I did)!
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