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food. So I was pretty psyched to try some of the offerings at his Mexican sandwichery located in the heart of Terminal 3.
What I Ate
1. Raspberry Prickly Pear Agua Fresca (2.75 USD). Like the juxtaposition with the female Navy dress cover? This drink didn't quite suit my sensibilities. If I remember correctly (it's been awhile), it skewed too much on the tart side for my taste. Bottom line: Would I get it again? Probably not.
Ooh! Look at the gooey cheese!
2. Milanesa (9.50 USD): Crispy-crunchy chicken breast, black beans, pickled jalapeños, Chihuahua cheese, cilantro crema, avocado. I was somewhat underwhelmed by this creation. The chicken breast was flawlessly cooked, the cheese was flavorful and gooey, and the pickled jalapeños gave the composition some kick and pickly punch. Nevertheless, the parts did not equal a grand sum. I wish I had ordered a different sandwich, like what my friend, L, ordered (Chipotle Chicken?). That's never a good thing.
The restaurant has a full bar, which seemed like the perfect place to while away the hours in an airport. Hit up the Guacamole Bar and I'd think you'd be set up pretty well.
These sandwiches take a bit of time to order and prepare, so if you're cutting it close, Tortas Frontera is probably not for you.
The Bill: 13.57 USD.
My Rating: out of four stars (satisfactory to good). Open 6 AM to 10 PM (every day, I'm assuming). Credit cards accepted. www.rickbayless.com
The Last Word ... Next time on Woo!Food, I hit up a parade of hometown favorites that I'm sure you'll enjoy reading about :)
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