Thursday, August 30, 2007
Taco Nazo specializes in Baja style fish tacos, meaning that battered fish fillets are deep fried. The fish taco is then finished off with shredded cabbage and a white sauce that is a little like thinned out mayonnaise. These tacos are of the street variety; the tortillas are a little smaller than your average tortilla at Taco Bell and are doubled up to prevent the tortillas from tearing. The fillets are on the large side, but on closer inspection the secret to their enormous size is that the fillets are breaded rather heavily. That does detract somewhat from the flavor of the fish, but the taco eaten as a whole package is wonderful. The tacos are served with grilled yellow peppers which are a nice contrast to the tacos. They are a little spicy, but not overwhelmingly so. They are sprinkled with salt and pepper, which give it another layer of flavor.
And for you bargain hunters, the fish tacos are only 99 cents on Sundays.
1267 N. Grand Ave.
Walnut, CA 91789