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Old 10-16-2012, 02:43 PM   #16
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R&R Taqueria has the best, most authentic tacos in the area. They're just like the ones I used to eat when I lived in Mexico City. It's just off 95 in Elkridge, MD, so I get them everytime I head north and on my way back.

Official site of R&R Taqueria, Mexican food, tacos, enchiladas, sopas in Elkridge Maryland
Interesting they are in the White Marsh Mall's eatery now. I always just skipped it think it was trashy mall food. Must try now.
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Man, you get around.
I try. This country has so much to see.
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Have you tired middle of no where PA?
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on the mexican note, this place is locally regarded as the most authentic mexican food.

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El Azteca - Fine Mexican Cuisine

i didn't know any better until i took my gf there. when she asked for horchata and was told that they don't have it, she knew they weren't legit. she pointed out several other things throughout the meal. my gf is from sonora, so that's the style she was comparing it to.

all that being said, the food is good, just not authentic mexican. we've never come across an authentic mexican restaurant that didn't serve horchata in addition to other types of agua frescas, and never came across one in hoard county.

the city i live in is 80% latino
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Have you tired middle of no where PA?
not quite middle of nowhere, but best pizza i've ever had.

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I'm a vegetarian so I swerve all those places, otherwise my list would have been absurd.

Love me some noms.
not only is it the best fried chicken i've ever had from a restaurant, but best waffles i've ever had - period.
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Interesting they are in the White Marsh Mall's eatery now. I always just skipped it think it was trashy mall food. Must try now.
I haven't tried the mall location, but the original one is inside a gas station, which makes it feel even more hole-in-the-wall authentic. Let me know if the mall one is good.

Panda, I didn't see if they have horchata. I'm a big apple soda guy, so I always get that of cane sugar Coke with my Mexican food.

My only complaint was that they didn't have their al pastor meat on a spit, but other than that everything was spot on. I met the owner, who is from Mexico city and goes down regularly to shop for spices and chiles they use in the restaurant. You know how some flavors just bring back memories, biting into their tacos took me back to the DF. the Huaraches are good, too.
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I haven't tried the mall location, but the original one is inside a gas station, which makes it feel even more hole-in-the-wall authentic. Let me know if the mall one is good.

Panda, I didn't see if they have horchata. I'm a big apple soda guy, so I always get that of cane sugar Coke with my Mexican food.

My only complaint was that they didn't have their al pastor meat on a spit, but other than that everything was spot on. I met the owner, who is from Mexico city and goes down regularly to shop for spices and chiles they use in the restaurant. You know how some flavors just bring back memories, biting into their tacos took me back to the DF. the Huaraches are good, too.
holy hell i had never had a mexican coke before moving out here, so expensive, but damn good.

the manzanita sol apple soda? that's good too
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Have you tired middle of no where PA?
It'ss generally a boring place here but people do know how to cook! That's why a group of ladies in PA could easily be mistaken for the Eagles' offensive line.




There's a GREAT Amish/Dutch buffet in Lancaster called Good N Plenty.

GREAT food. There's usually about an hour wait and you have to take a number, it's that popular. They have Amish craft shops to look at while you wait so it's not bad.

Good 'N Plenty Restaurant & Bakery Lancaster County, PA

I bet dmek25 knows it.


Another of my local favorites is the Famous Hot Weiner in Hanover, PA. Yeah, yeah, a hot dog shop? A damn good hot dog shop! They've been around about 100 years.
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It'ss generally a boring place here but people do know how to cook! That's why a group of ladies in PA could easily be mistaken for the Eagles' offensive line.




There's a GREAT Amish/Dutch buffet in Lancaster called Good N Plenty.

GREAT food. There's usually about an hour wait and you have to take a number, it's that popular. They have Amish craft shops to look at while you wait so it's not bad.

Good 'N Plenty Restaurant & Bakery Lancaster County, PA

I bet dmek25 knows it.


Another of my local favorites is the Famous Hot Weiner in Hanover, PA. Yeah, yeah, a hot dog shop? A damn good hot dog shop! They've been around about 100 years.
that reminded me, please ship me some carolina style bbq utz chips.
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Better yet...Utz Crab Chips.
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Better yet...Utz Crab Chips.
never liked those, much preferred the herr's old bay chips

nottingham, pa and hanover, pa - holding it down
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It'ss generally a boring place here but people do know how to cook! That's why a group of ladies in PA could easily be mistaken for the Eagles' offensive line.




There's a GREAT Amish/Dutch buffet in Lancaster called Good N Plenty.

GREAT food. There's usually about an hour wait and you have to take a number, it's that popular. They have Amish craft shops to look at while you wait so it's not bad.

Good 'N Plenty Restaurant & Bakery Lancaster County, PA

I bet dmek25 knows it.


Another of my local favorites is the Famous Hot Weiner in Hanover, PA. Yeah, yeah, a hot dog shop? A damn good hot dog shop! They've been around about 100 years.
I ate there Sunday when we went to Dutch Wonderland. Good eats.
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I ate there Sunday when we went to Dutch Wonderland. Good eats.
it wasn't until you said dutch wonderland that it hit me, i've been there. i know i've eaten somewhere right around there. i was maybe 4 or 5, i think it was a brick building?

maybe not good and plenty, i think i remember going back for seconds on the corn chowder.
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it wasn't until you said dutch wonderland that it hit me, i've been there. i know i've eaten somewhere right around there. i was maybe 4 or 5, i think it was a brick building?

maybe not good and plenty, i think i remember going back for seconds on the corn chowder.
They could use the parking lot for FedEx Field if they wanted.
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