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On the menu at RMFR: tacos, burritos, nachos, tortas, combo plates, menudo, burgers, and French fries.
"PD" and I watched the guy working behind the counter while he made some nachos and our taco orders:
What I ate:
1. Chorizo Taco and Taco al Pastor (0.99 USD each). These were not some of the better tacos that I've ever had, but they were satisfactory nevertheless - dude, 99¢. I liked the al Pastor - one of my all-time-favorite taco meats - better than the chorizo. (The best chorizo taco I've ever had was at El Huarache Azteca in Highland Park.) "PD" and I received housemade chips along with our tacos!
2. A bottle of Sidral Mundet Apple Soda (1.74 USD, I think). I LOVE apple soda.
"PD" bought some fish tacos, which were also 99¢ each. These weren't the Baja variety - battered and fried fillets - so I wasn't interested. Also, I doubted that you could sell a quality fish taco for 99¢, so, yeah, I declined to try them.
The guys working behind the counter were friendly. I would return to Rosarito just to say "Hi" to these guys.
"PD" and I saw the cook make a couple of nacho plates. They looked good.
I thought the dining room was a bit scuzzy. I wasn't the least bit interested in dining in.
The Bill: 4.06 USD.
My Rating: No star out of four stars (satisfactory). Open Monday to Saturday, 9 AM to 10 PM, and on Sunday, 9 AM to 9 PM. CASH ONLY.
Last Word: I think Viva Tacos La Estrella is a better choice in this part of Pasadena. But, dude, the tacos at Rosarito Mexican Food Restaurant are 99¢.
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