Bloorcourt’s cramped taco outpost isn’t as cool as some of the city’s newer, trendier taquerias, but the food is fresh, the prices are decent and the space is charmingly low-rent. When not laughing at the telenovelas on the flat screen behind the bar, friendly servers happily answer any queries. Guacamole is tart and creamy, though a bit steep at $8. Taco choices are abundant: al pastor has nice, soft shreds of pork offset by pineapple, but the housemade chorizo version is too salty. The mole on two fat chicken burritos tastes unpleasantly grainy, as though it came from a mix. Pozole is a better bet, bringing hominy corn in an earthy, dark red chili broth with onion, radish and lemon.
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