The entrance wall at the city’s smartest new taqueria boldly proclaims “Taqueo, luego existo” (loosely translated: “I taco, therefore I am”). Pop art climbs the walls and practical stainless steel counters line the perimeter. The trompo al pastor tacos are Mexico’s schawarma, made with adobo, pineapple, and onion infusing the spit-grilled meat. Another homage to CDMX’s Middle Eastern connection comes with tacos árabes, serving up the traditional al pastor pork or beef in pita-style breads with tzatziki at the ready. We’re a big fan of the clever fideo seco taco, which turns your tia’s comforting noodles into a taco stuffing dressed with avocado and onion and dusted with Parmesan.