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Thursday, April 01, 2010

Tortilla Jo's - Review #4



Tortilla Jo's Taqueria
@ Downtown Disney
1510 S Disneyland Dr, Bldg. A
Anaheim, CA 92802
(714) 535-5000

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VERY IMPORTANT NOTE: This review (Tortilla Jo's - Review #4) is only of their takeout window. We also have reviews of their sitdown service. CLICK HERE for our complete Tortilla Jo's coverage.

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The takeout window at Tortilla Jo's at Downtown Disney has recently undergone a complete remodel and menu overhaul. It is much more authentic than it used to be (although it wasn't entirely inauthentic before), in fact surprisingly more authentic than I ever imagined something on Disney's premises could be. They've got carnitas tacos:

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Aguas frescas and Jarritos:

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And more:

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Burritos are made as you order them, Chipotle-style. Here my veggie burrito is getting made:

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5 comments:

Griffin said...

Mmmmmmm.....I may have to try this place again....

ChristianZ said...

Yes, they changed everything there. The cheese on the nachos tasted like Velveeta but I'm not much of a nachos person anyway. Let us know if you go.

Griffin said...

Ew. Velveeta? Maybe I won't go back. I long for the original menu.....

ChristianZ said...

Well, from what I remember (I could be wrong about it as I got those nachos quite a while ago). If it's the nachos you were hoping to get then maybe don't go back. But don't keep yourself from going for tacos, burritos, aguas frescas, etc., because of the cheese they put on their nachos. I was just trying to be balanced by pointing that out as the one inauthentic element amongst a tidal wave of other very authentic elements.

Griffin said...

I'm hoping to get some of their original, more authentic items, like sopes with chorizo, cilantro and cotija cheese.