Thursday, March 8, 2012

Street side Tacos!!! Eat on, or in yer car. Only!!!

Isabelles Streetside Tacos, located roughly at 3600 S. Kedzie. I say roughly cause she is on the street, in a parking lot, selling tacos. Some of the best I have had in a long time too! And they're only $1.50 a piece!
She even makes the corn taco shells by hand!! While you wait! You barely see that in brick and mortar taco spots!! These are awesome taco shells! Nothing beats hand made food items. No machine will do it better than this lady right here.

Look at Isabelle preppin the shells, not only with her hands, but with love. That is why she wears all red, love.

Flattening the shell for yer pleasure

Removing the shell

Then cooking the shell! These are some of the tastiest corn shells you can ever put into yer mouth. Monte-licious with every bite!

Steamy steak goodness. Oh, she uses styrofoam plates, ask her to put napkins on the plate first, you don't want hot, melty styrofoam on yer taco.

Steamy chicken goodness. Look at that...... ahhhhhh. It's like meditating.

Servin it up like a proper waitress would, and you don't even have to tip! But I do!
Isabelle also has homemade spicy salsa. The salsa is robust, has a kick, and full of flavor! You will want to try it!
Spicin up the steak taco! I should mention she has onions, cilantro, sour cream, tomatoes, and another salsa for you to use/choose from. I skipped all the other stuff, and just did cheese and salsa. I hate cilantro, and raw white or yellow onions. Only cooked, or raw red onions will do for the Mont Man!

Since it is street side, the only place to eat is going to be on, or in yer car. I chose on my trunk!
Look at the view from the trunk of my car. That is the Sears Tower in the background, behind the chain-wire fence, to the left of the smoke stacks. You will pay big bucks for a view of the skyline anywhere else. At Isabelles, I paid $3.00!!!! Or you may get a similar view of the city from a prison, where every view is from behind chain-wire fences.

Chicken taco goodness about to be gone-ness!

Look at that cheesy goodness! You gotta go and try em for yerself. And tell her Monte sent ya. She will be befuddled either by who I am, or her lack of understanding english. Either way, tell her I sent ya!

1 comment:

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