LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – If you’re looking for a Mexican-style Mexican restaurant to go to, look no further than Tainos Bakery near Los Angeles, which opened on Thursday.
The Mexican restaurant is a must for any LA foodie and can be found in a strip mall across from the Beverly Hilton hotel.
Tainos is known for its spicy and salty food, including its famous tandoori chicken, which is served with corn and green peppers.
It also offers a fresh-fried steak, grilled chicken and queso fresco.
The restaurant offers the best in Mexican food, with many dishes that are usually available only in Mexico.
The most popular is the quesadilla, a tortilla stuffed with a variety of ingredients.
It is also a good place to try out some of the more unusual dishes, like an avocado-caramelised potato, which can be served with salsa verde, or spicy pork, which has pork sausage on top.
It can be hard to get around Los Angeles without eating at Taino, which started in 2014, and has been serving the best food in the city since then.
There are about 20 Mexican restaurants in the area, and some have been there for as long as a decade.
Takeshi Hasegawa, the restaurant’s owner, said the restaurant is not just a family business.
“I have to take care of my family.
My son is the owner and I have to work hard to support him and our other four children,” he said.”
We have to be very careful with our products, because there are so many things to think about.
But if we want to make the best of it, we are willing to do anything.”
The restaurant has a full-service bar, and a large indoor patio for a peaceful dining experience.
The interior has a big mural depicting a tortillo, a type of chicken dish, with the slogan “Tender and juicy” in English.
The food is also known for being a bit more creative than the usual American fare, including a chicken-and-spicy-chicken combo.
Tainoz also has a new vegetarian option, with chicken, rice, vegetables and beans.
Hasegowa said he started selling chicken wings to local businesses and he had plans to add a second wing for another restaurant in the future.
Traines also opened a Mexican restaurant in West Hollywood in 2015, and the eatery is also planning to open a Mexican spot in Los Feliz.
(Reporting by Tom McCollum; Editing by Mark Trevelyan)