The border search for breakfast tacos worthy of early Sunday morning bed extraction is often legendary, and winners remain guarded family secrets. But the secret’s long out with this former gas station that’s punted out hand-hewn flour tortillas stuffed with standards for decades. Hearty guisado (beef stew) is thick with onions and cumin; papas con huevo offers buttery potatoes fluffy with eggs; beans come dotted with bacon and barbacoa. Lunch will bring enchiladas, heavily dusted with chile, stuffed with cotija cheese, and sided with beans and rice. Tostadas are a kid favorite, topped with cilantro-spiked chicken and guacamole and drizzled lazily with crema agria “estilo Siberia.”
Drinks: No bar
Address: 303 Market, Laredo, TX, 78040
Hours: B & L Tue–Sun.
Last updated: June 26, 2017