Dave ordered the Torta Ahogada, which is a sandwich dunked in chile de arbol sauce, filled with fried pork, onion & avocados. The sauce was very flavorful, but the meat was kind of chewy and tough, so Dave gave it a ‘meh.’
I order the popusas which they describe as a gordita. I got two filled with cheese and on stuffed with chicharron. It was served with curtida, a pickled coleslaw sort of like kimchee, I’m not a big fan which is surprising because I love vinegar. The popusas were good, I preferred the cheese to the chicharron as I was expecting the chicharron to be crunchy, but it was more chewy.
To drink, both of us ordered an aguas grescas, the flavors change daily. I tried the strawberry banana and Dave tried the tamarind. They were both delicious. The tamarind tasted like a combination of honeydew melon and iced tea and the banana flavor in mine was mild with the strawberry flavor much more prominent.
Overall a decent meal that was a good deal. I would definitely try Tmaz Taqueria again!