*** (3 stars)
This counter serve taco bar is literally at the bar inside National 27. There are a variety of taco fillings on offer, all served on a traditional corn tortilla.
I thought the salmon taco was a bit fishy, and the pastor a bit dry, but both were fine.
The chips were a highlight, obviously homemade, quite crunchy, and well salted. The salsa that came with the order of chips was a thick puree that tasted a bit like enchilada sauce. It was improved by adding some pico de gallo from the salsa bar.
Ceviche was quite good.
The “cheese crisp” was essentially an open face quesadilla, and not all that crisp.
Prices are excellent, and the food comes out from the kitchen quite fast.
325 W Huron St
Chicago, IL 60654