Chef: Indalecio Marroquin.
Open for: Lunch and dinner. Closed Mondays.
Assessment: Rebozo’s was making tacos way before they were trendy. After a short-lived stint in Kensington’s Latin American Food Court, Marroquin opened up his second restaurant at College and Bathurst across from Sneaky Dee’s. (The original is still at 126 Rogers Rd.) The menu remains the same and includes enchiladas, quesadillas, tostadas, and their famous lengua (beef tongue) tacos. Tacos are good and all but, on a cold and blustery day, a hot bowl of pozole is even better. Listed on the menu as a main, this soup is loaded with shredded pork, and huge kernels of hominy. It’s very filling and a perfect out-of-the-cold meal.
- Authentic tacos without the line-up.
- Pozole to offset the drop in temperature.
- Licensed and open late on Fridays and Saturdays to compete with Sneaky’s.
- It’s cash only, so bring your dinero.
Bottom Line: Where to go when you want a taco now, because lining up for tacos is getting silly—winter is just around the corner.—Rebecca Fleming
424 College St., 416-356-1840, www.rebozos.ca
Photos: Rebecca Fleming/The Grid