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6307 San Pedro Ave.
April 18, 2015 6:37 AM
I hadn't previously thought of San Antonio as a breakfast city, but it sure is; and Taco House is a shining example of why. More than a dozen different breakfast tacos are available, from bacon and egg to carne guisada (gravy-sopped beef) and lengua (tongue). Freshly-made flour tortillas make a big difference, delivering even the most plebeian filling with high honors. And by the way, Taco House's plebeian fillings are far from drab. Eggs are buttery; bacon is thick and smoky; nuggets of potato are cooked to a perfect point of inside creaminess and outside crunch.
I went for chorizo and egg, which, per local custom, is not eggs with a side order of chorizo sausage but rather eggs scrambled with ground up sausage to become an entirely new and different food: juicy, spicy and butter-rich. It's great on a plate with refried beans and potatoes or as the filling of a taco.
Chorizo & Egg Plate
Chorizo & Egg Taco
Bacon & Egg Taco
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