A couple weeks back Mrs. DanGarion gave in and let me have Mexican food for dinner so we walked over to our local Tacos Jalisco in Orange and had some good food. I didn’t get a picture of her chicken chimichunga but let’s just say I think it had it’s own zip code. I on the other hand decided to try out one of their newest specials on their menu, Comalada.
Comalada is carne asada and chorizo, served with cactus, beans, a huge chunk of Mexican cheese, salsa, and tortillas. I’m unsure if this is the official Jalisco dish or not, I’m hoping one of my fellow food friends (Christian or Dave?) know if it is or not. It’s all served up on a cast iron plate, well except for the beans, they were in their own dish, and the tortillas, they were in the serving box that most places serve them in.
Overall this was one heck of a dinner and well worth the price, the beans weren’t the typical refried variety, these were pinto beans that had been cooked with bacon, and they were some of the best beans I’ve had at a Mexican restaurant.
480 N. Tustin St.
Orange, CA 92867
FYI they used to be cash only but now they take credit cards!