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BEST TACOS IN NEW YORK

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  1.10.2018

BAJA FISH TACOS

Next time your Angeleno friend complains about NYC’s fish taco scene, shut him up with a visit to this place. Tom Wilson and Eugene Ashe, formerly of Mas (farmhouse) opened this Cali-Mex specialty shop with the goal of recreating the taco shacks found along the PCH. It appears that, aside from the view, they have succeeded. Their baja fish taco rivals those found in Malibu, with tempura-battered Mahi Mahi cradled in a soft corn tortilla with cabbage and avocado slaw, pico de gallo, and cotija cheese.


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SUADERO TACOS

Technically, suadero is a cut from the drop loin of a cow, a flap of striated muscle that runs close to the navel, similar to brisket. Butcher jargon aside, all you need to know is that it’s the must-order at this small Bushwick taqueria. The meat is extremely tender (with just the right amount of fat) and arrives inside a tiny, warm corn tortilla. You’ll need to order multiple to feel full, but with many tacos hovering around $2, it’s hardly an issue.


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CAMARON TACOS

Some of the city’s most popular Mexican restaurants source their masa (the nixtamalized dough that’s used to make tortillas) from this Queens factory. It was the first tortilleria in the city to use fresh kernels in the masa-making process, but you can bypass the middleman with a visit to its brightly colored onsite cafe. Here, freshly made dough is pressed into faultless tortillas, topped with all manner of traditional fillings. For the camaron, sautéed shrimp is topped with a refreshing mix of mango and...

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MAYAN SEARED FISH TACOS, TIKIN XIC-STYLE

Chef Jason DeBriere (formerly of Peels) draws inspiration from the Gulf of Mexico, and crafts Yucatán specialties with aplomb. His kitchen also turns out some serious tacos. The Mayan seared fish tikin xic-style is a necessary pick. Briny fish (not your average Mahi Mahi) is marinated in achiote, chiles, and spices, and served sans-salsa -- which it doesn’t need, anyway.


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CARNE ENCHILADA TACOS

La Morada isn’t known for tacos; people trek to the Oaxacan restaurant in Mott Haven mainly for its rich and complex moles and other regional specialties. But the tacos deserve higher praise, mainly because of how beautifully simple they are in comparison to everything else on the menu. Two soft corn tortillas get stacked with options like chicken, skirt steak, carnitas, al pastor, chorizo, and bistec asado. The move is to go with the spicy pork, which is juicy and bursting with chile. Don’t forget to layer...

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AL PASTOR TACOS

The specialty at Alex Stupak’s East Village taqueria is -- you guessed it -- al pastor. Thin strips of marinated pork shoulder pivot around a rotisserie like tourists on a subway pole. That crisp yet tender meat gets sliced off and placed on a house-made tortilla with slivers of pineapple, before getting topped with red and green salsa, cilantro, and onion. To wash it down, there’s a broad list of beers and agave-based beverages including excellent micheladas and margaritas.


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DUCK CARNITAS TACOS

Cosme is not your average taqueria, and its $94 duck carnitas certainly aren’t your average tacos. But they’re worth the special occasion splurge -- or anytime someone else is paying. Acclaimed chef Enrique Olvera and chef de cuisine Daniela Soto-Innes take nearly four days to prepare their birds for the shareable dish. At points it's cooked in evaporated and condensed milks as well as Mexican coke. The result is flavorful, tender meat covered with crisp, browned skin, served as a whole hunk. Guests shred...

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ADOBADA TACOS

The line for this Chelsea Market taco stand tends to snake around the room on weekdays, when hordes of nearby office workers line up for house-made tortillas. Your choice of either the corn or flour variety is used to encase fillings like tender carne asada and well-seasoned pollo or nopal (grilled cactus). But the must-try meat is the adobada: The pork is steeped in a slightly sweet, chile-scented marinade before taking a long, slow turn on a rotating spit. Once it’s ordered, the charred, crimson meat is...

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LENGUA (BEEF TONGUE) TACOS

There aren’t many things that will get New Yorkers to trek out on the 7 train for an hour-long wait. Casa Enrique is one of the few. Chef Cosme Aguilar has garnered a cult-following for his simple and traditional Michelin-starred Mexican fare, like slightly sweet and nutty mole and zesty carne asada. But it’s the lengua (beef tongue) tacos that stand out the most. The slow-cooked beef tongue is aromatic and almost creamy in texture, balanced by chewy corn tortillas garnished with contrasting cilantro and crisp...

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LAMB TACOS

If you’ve never had a taco before, welcome to planet Earth, and please enjoy our world’s finest fare at Taqueria. This is the platonic ideal taco spot for first taco timers and longtime fans. It offers all the classic fillings like ground beef, steak, pork and fish, and peddles a few entry-level adventure options like pork stomach and beef head. The best selection, however, is the barbacoa. Lean lamb drips in oil and disappears in three clean bites.


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