This place was pretty legit. We even ate here twice! Might be the best Mexican food I'll have overseas. (Note: there are no pictures of the food. I ate it too fast.) Still dreaming of an El Conquistador in my hands.
This cathedral was simply gorgeous. By this point we've seen many but I still managed to be impressed. I prayed for patience and peace knowing that one day I will again taste a Heather Taco and its creamy black beans on my taste buds once again.
I'll give the palace credit for being beautiful and pretty darn cool but it isn't taking care of my urges for some amazing TD tacos.
Stonehenge meets new word flavor
London and the TD take down
Important note: DO NOT under any circumstances try to enter a London phone booth to take a photo. It smells like pure piss. DO take a photo from the outside.
CHOLULA!! Holy amazingness. Cholula exists in London!!
No Tacos in Italy
After five weeks in Italy I never thought I'd say it but... I don't want any more Italian food. Pizza and pasta dominate the food chain and it's near impossible to find any other type of food other than an occasional greek restaurant. Yikes! Taco Deli should definitely consider opening ANYWHERE here. I'll be first in line!
No crepe nor croissant, no wine or fancy cocktail, nor macaroon in Paris can take away my devotion to the food in Austin. Long live Taco Deli!
Taco Deli meet TinTin
I am Austin proud and love my city. One of the best parts of the ATX is the great food. f you ever visit then I MUST recommend you visit Taco Deli. It is, hands down, my favorite place to eat. The breakfast tacos are ridiculous and if you don't get the papas on your taco then your just crazy insane. I crave their beautiful green and spicy Dona sauce. My biggest food insecurity is leaving Austin, coming home years later, and GASP Taco Deli isn't there (fyi this is a very unrealistic fear as there are always lines out the door.)
These are all the countries where TacoDeli has been sighted with me: