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Huarache Azteca Express - CLOSED

Map & Directions 109 Avenue F
Stafford, TX 77477
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281-261-8282
  • Mexican
  • Daily 6am-9pm
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Takeout, Delivery
  • Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch
  • Beer/Wine
  • Not Accepted
  • Lot Available

Description

Houston Press' Description

Stafford's "Huarache Azteca Express" is named after Mexico City's "El
Huarache Azteca," the restaurant that made the bean-filled masa dough
creation called a "huarache" famous. Here the huaraches all have names -- "el hijo del jefe" (the boss's son) is covered with steak. Fried eggs and chicken in mole poblano are favorite toppings.

 
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  • on 05/08/09
    4

    The meat used for the barbacoa de Borrego is lamb, and it's lighter in color and slightly sweeter than the traditional beef used in most barbacoa found in the finest taco joints in Houston. It makes for a great taco, whatever the time of day. The lamb is slow-cooked in traditional Mexican spices until it falls apart. In a homemade corn tortilla smeared with refried beans and... More >>

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