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January 27th, 2006 Annamaria Pardini | Food Reviews & Stories

Cheap Eats 2005


What this Mexican eatery lacks in ambience it makes up for with eager service, drive-through convenience and a handful of standout dishes with expertly grilled meats, like carne asada ($7.89), thin slices of tender, juicy steak topped with the traditional fried green onion. Seasoned salt adds some kick to crunchy fried-to-order chips ($1). And any trip to this eastside outlet should include DP3's housemade pork tamales ($1.50) with mild chili sauce and salty cotija cheese. (AP)

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