Best Fast Food restaurants nearby. Discover the best Fast Food food in Tijuana. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Fast Food restaurants near you.. Tijuana (/tiːˈhwɑːnə/ tee-WHAH-nə; Spanish: [tiˈxwana]) is the largest city in the Mexican state of Baja California and on the Baja California Peninsula, located at the center of the Tijuana and the international San Diego–Tijuana metropolitan areas. As one of the largest and fastest growing cities of Mexico, Tijuana exerts a strong influence on local economics, education, culture, art, and politics. As the city has become a leading center in the country, so has the surrounding metropolitan area, a major industrial and paramount metropolis in northwestern Mexico. Currently one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas in Mexico, Tijuana maintains global city status. As of 2015, the city of Tijuana had a population of 1,641,570.
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4 based on 135 reviews
The place had a lot of customers, which usually is a good indicator of the food, but not here. We tried them all; Asada, Adobada, Cabeza, Suadero, Lengua and Tripa. While I am a fan of guac, having my taco de asada smothered in it was new for me (I think it may have been to cover up the tasteless meat). None of the six different types of tacos would top our list as being a go to place in TJ, in fact we will not ever come back here. Tacos Aaron or Tacos El Gordo (a block away) are miles ahead in taste. As we looked around we noticed that Francâs seems to be more of a hang out for the middle class and not so much a place to go for good authentic, flavorful tacos.
4 based on 69 reviews
We are a taqueria with four branches located in the most representative colonies of Tijuana, SUCURSAL CACHO - SUCURSAL PLAYAS - SUCURSAL HIPODROMO - SUCURSAL RIO. With a great variety of Tacos, Toasts, Cakes, Burritos, Quesadillas, Sopes, Vampires and Gho
There are a taqueria, have a lot style of tacos with salsa, are open to 10 am at 3 am, ther are really good.Informal taqueria, i really recomend this place.
4 based on 36 reviews
This is a concept that is gaining popularity in Tijuana. A common courtyard with tables to share surrounded, in this case, by 9 food purveyors. The cuisines range from Japanese to Lebanese, to Mexican. There is also an artisanal cheese shop that cooks up delicious crepes, a locale specializing in empanadas, another that makes tortas, a burrito expendium, a specialty hamburger stand and a craft beer bar. Prices are very reasonable and food is prepared fresh to order on the spot. Service is stellar...a nice combination of young, enthusiastic servers/cooks and experienced older men and women who love to cook good food. The patio has a lovely fountain in its center that's surrounded by rustic wooden tables. This is another example of the good things happening on RevoluciÃ³n avenue (it's been open only since September) that is going to help revitalize this moribund main thoroughfare. Well worth a visit and an opportunity to sample food from many different places and styles in one place.It's a charming meeting spot in the evening (candles on the tables and live music certain nights of the week). Fun for people watching while enjoying tasty treats. It has no parking of its own but there are safe lots within comfortable walking distance.
4 based on 29 reviews
I have eaten tacos in this place since I remember. My dad used to take us there for a late treat when coming back from a trip (My dad was a trucker).It is a clean, welcoming place where the charcoal and the meat sizzle endlessly during the day to the delight of the hundreds of people that have made El Poblano their favorite place to eat.The menÃº is simple: asada tacos, adobada tacos, and all the combinations from those two options, but you can order from one taco to the entire order, even if you are going to eat it there. The Mezquite charcoal gives the meat a very special flavor, and that added to the red salsa and the thick guacamole makes of these tacos the real deal. Visiting TJ? Come to El Poblano, you'll thank me.
4 based on 43 reviews
Established in 1947, Tortas El Turco is a legend among Tijuana street food Connoisseurs. Creators of the original Torta de Lomo al Vapor (Steamed Roast Beef Sandwich), we have served tens of thousands of satisfied customers form all over the world. Come s
So glad Tortas El Turco is back in business. After several years on hiatus, these iconic tortas, known and loved by all long-time Tijuana residents, are back. Rumor has it the current owner bought the original recipe from the founding owner's widow. It must be true because these tortas take you back to the 50s when they were THE place to go. The two key ingredients, the bread and the meat, are superb. The bread is soft, fresh and delicious while the meat has been marinated and/or seasoned to perfection. The lomo used here is beef and it's cut razor thin and piled on the torta. Avocado, lettuce, tomato and a special sauce are added. At the table, diners can add more sauce and/or pickled jalapeÃ±os and carrots. This is a meal that will ooze out onto your fingers but licking them clean will be an added pleasure.We enjoyed three tortas (two lomo and one ham and cheese) plus a soft drink and an agua fresca (cucumber and basil, yum) all for just over $16 dollars. Seating is outdoors in a pleasant setting across from the famous Torre de Agua Caliente monument on Fundadores Blvd. There are also 3 or 4 stools at the counter. They are open every day except Monday.This is well worth the visit for excellent food and a throw back to gentler times in Tijuana.Thank you so much for your kind comments! We try our best to live up to the reputation earned by Tortas El Turco since it was founded in Tijuana in 1951. We hope you will visit us again soon!
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