tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7006910035268503192.post5021023151774266784..comments2015-12-14T23:50:06.675-05:00Comments on Spice City Toronto: Are the authentic Mexican tacos in Kensington Market based on a Lebanese recipe?Spice City Torontohttp://www.blogger.com/profile/18064491744195858218noreply@blogger.comBlogger3125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7006910035268503192.post-63945920447003737302013-01-20T15:21:23.071-05:002013-01-20T15:21:23.071-05:00Went to El Trompo today and was not impressed. 5 s...Went to El Trompo today and was not impressed. 5 small soft tacos for $10 is not good value. The Taco Al Pastor had very little meat and very little flavour. The Spict Chicken Tinga was slightly better, but still not very flavourful, or spicy for that matter.<br />Coming back to this page I realize that nowhere does it say the food is good at El Trompo.Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7006910035268503192.post-17425076946862671942011-03-10T07:23:54.719-05:002011-03-10T07:23:54.719-05:00Interesting. Thanks for the info Vivian.Interesting. Thanks for the info Vivian.Spice City Torontohttp://www.blogger.com/profile/18064491744195858218noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7006910035268503192.post-30079994616946364192011-03-09T23:02:50.030-05:002011-03-09T23:02:50.030-05:00I was just in Mexico and, yes, there is an Arabic ...I was just in Mexico and, yes, there is an Arabic influence; the taqueirias called these &quot;Tacos Arabe&quot; or &quot;Tacos Orientale&quot;.<br /><br />BTW, got to your site via TasteTO.<br />Eat well, live well! VivianAnonymousnoreply@blogger.com