Any recommendations for good, authentic Mexican and baja-style fish tacos near DLR? I'm thinking Los Sanchez for the Mexican (we want flavor and don't care about atmosphere) but have no idea where to get my taco fix.
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Re: Good Mexican and Fish Tacos Near DLR
If you want good Mexican food at non-Theme Park prices and don't care about "fake hacienda atmosphere" walk over to the Baja Fresh at the Anaheim Hilton - 777 Convention Way, (714) 971-4664 Hours are listed 10 AM - 8 PM 7 days. They deliberately don't put too much fire on - unless you ask for it, in which case they can easily make a Chili-head sweat.
There are a few more in the region, depending on where your hotel is. Another Anaheim at Orange & Brookhurst, Santa Ana and Fullerton.
Sign up at BajaFresh.com and they'll send out e-mail coupon deals. And they have the whole menu. I've been going there since the first one opened in Camarillo in 1990 - "This looks interesting, let's try them..."
Older topic, but probably asked often enough that a reply is worthwhile.
"Near" the Disneyland Resort is kind of nebulous, because if "near" includes Santa Ana, then the answers will be pretty different, but for just Anaheim, here we go.
For fish tacos you have Little Caboose, Los Cotijos Mexican Grill (not LC taco shop, that is in Garden Grove) and while not Mexican per se, California Fish Grill has great fish, shrimp, ahi and salmon tacos.
For Mexican food in general besides Los Sanchez you have Lindo Michoacan 2 and Taqueria Escalante. If you expand to Orange and Santa Ana, there are many more choices.
My new favorite Mexican restaurant in Orange County is Sabroso! Mexican Grill on at 13129 Harbor Blvd. south of the 55, and I'm backed by a recent Yelp list where it placed 61st on a list of America's 100 most highly rated eateries. South of the 55 isn't that close to Disneyland, but Harbor Blvd. is easy to find.
Sabroso! Mexican Grill has a super-nice & excellent staff, generous servings of perfectly prepared, reasonably priced, fresh food, with attractive art on the walls, very clean restrooms, and upbeat Spanish-language pop music that I've never heard before. The hot sauce served with the chips was delicious and actually hot, made with habanero peppers. I like Orange County more because of this restaurant and the Cream Pan--see below.
Even though it's on Harbor Blvd., it's a little challenging to find. It's on the west side of Harbor in a strip mall that has a Chuck E Cheese. If you go to the Yelp list below and look at #61 (Sarborso), you'll find a link to a map. The Yelp list is well-linked.
(Note: I wasn't extremely impressed by a German Deli on Chapman in Orange that also made this Yelp top 100 list, but a Japanese bakery in Tustin, the Cream Pan, that placed #31, is my favorite bakery.)