I’ve been lax.. but the Richmond House is sold.
ABC cafe Thanksgiving 2013
Posted in art, asian food, breadstuffs, comida mejicana, ethnic groceries, Kansas, KCKS, OPKS, soup, uffda!
Tagged baking, breakfast, chiles, comida mejicana, green stuff, portrait, salsa verde, soup, tomatillos, vegetable dishes
After weeks of watching the work go on in the rehabbing of this former Midlothian TPKE fried fish emporium into a taqueria, I noticed that it was OPENING SOON!
Nearest the camera, carne al pastor, then carnitas, then carne asada..
And it was called PANCHITO Restaurante Mejicano y Taqueria (Authentic) (or something like that) and we decided to investigate this place on Saturday. We met at one PM (I got there first and was able to find a menu and got an agua gaseosa (mineral water). We only wanted a snack, so rather than getting full plates, I decided that we should split three sopes (thick corn tortillas with a rim/edge) and chose carnitas (fried pork bits), carne al pastor (marinated pork), and carne asada (grilled beef).
After our order was placed, my brain was picked re: local ethnic grocery stores, educational background, and common acquaintances.
Our order arrived and we fell to with some salsa verde of moderate picante added to our meal. Everything tasted authentic and was approved of. The toppings were a trifle dry, but we couldn’t really see ordering fully sauced dishes at that time of the day, since we had other things to accomplish before the day was out. I want to come back and try some of the platters; I think they had chicharron en salsa verde. I may go back by and pick up a menu.
It also seemed on the pricey side.. I would have expected the platters to be at least a dollar or so less.
PANCHITO is open most days from 10 AM to 10 PM.. Fridays & Saturdays from 10 AM to 4 AM. It could prove to be too interesting a place to visit in the early morning hours since it is right next to several transient motels. You young folks can live large, but I’ll pass.
And one should note that the formica booths are not for large folks.
the charm of formica and the transient motel..
Posted in architecture, carne, chiles, comida mejicana, ethnic groceries, no hay cerveza aqui!, the charm of formica, the noble pig
Tagged comida mejicana, Dogtown food, pork, salsa verde, sopes, taco wars, tortillas de maiz