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Holy Taco, Glenwood, Atlanta

Oxtail Empanada

Beef tongue, brisket and chicken taco

I was feeling slightly uneasy, but read good things about the Holy Taco restaurant in Atlanta. So for lunch I grabbed a cab and drove over there. It was a beautiful sunny day and there’s a nice patio with tables in the shade. I sit down and look at the menu. Immediately I’m exstatic when I order an oxtail epanada, Tacos with chicken, beef tongue and brisket. To start some nachos with salsa and guacamole are served. Suddenly I start to feel more and more nauseous, before even eating anything. Whatever I ate the night before suddenly started acting up. I immediately counter by devoring guacamole in great heaps. The nachos I tried, but for my taste they were too greasy. The main courses arrive and by now I literally feel like throwing up. With great determination I take a bite of every dish and it tastes and smells beautiful, I just can’t finish it. I drink as much Pellegrino as I can too make sure nothing happens. The waitress asks me with a disappointed look if there was an issue with the food. I meekly smile at here and say no, that I’m just feeling a little bit uneasy. Slowly I start to suspect the weird crab salad with mango I had the night before. I leave the restaurant, sad that I was only able to sample instead of devour the great food. My cab brings me back to the hotel just in time….

Great Prices for great food:

Bill

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Categories: Lunch
Posted by therealpickygourmet on 19 June 2011

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