If you've ever had a huarache, the sandal-shaped Mexican canvas of fried corn dough smeared with refritos and layered with marinated meats, onions, shredded lettuce and crumbles of cheese, then you know how good they can be. Los Carboncitos makes a killer huarache -- the huarache in the above pic is not from Los Carboncitos, but the joint that served me that huarache, which was not good at all, could definitely learn a thing or two from the cooks at Los Carboncitos.
Can you guess where I'm eating?
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