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I am looking for some new twist on mexican type food for a small take out joint.

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Its your restaurant?  What are you serving now?  And what is your clientel like?

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Its a new place, starting from scratch.

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Going to serve only breakfast and lunch. My clin
etal will probably be blue collar and office workers. Want a quick in and out menus

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Originally Posted by Chef Tomain View Post

Going to serve only breakfast and lunch. My clin
etal will probably be blue collar and office workers. Want a quick in and out menus

Tortas, marinaded meats, grilled

 

Cuban Sandwich

 

Fish tacos, w/fruit salsas

 

Salsa bar

 

Home made mole is always a winner

 

Breakfast, some types of egg or vegetable type enchiladas, chorizo and potato empanada's
 

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Breakfast Burritos are always a favorite. We actually have burrito Friday ever week. ( Bacon, Chorizo, Chili Verde, Ham, and no meat) Lunch Tostada Compuesta, taco specials, and enchiladas. Mexican chopped salad I could go on for hours:)  

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