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Brothers Ramón and Luis García own and operate this restaurant, yet another standout amid Cherokee Street’s purveyors of traditional Mexican fare. The place knows its way around tacos, tortas and other standard taqueria fare, but be sure to try some of the more exotic offerings: pambazo is a torta with bread soaked in guajillo-chile sauce; tlacoyos are masa cakes stuffed with melted cheese; tacos de cabeza are made from beef cheeks and other morsels from the bovine noggin. The carnitas here might be the best rendered pork in town.
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Siete Luminarias Mexican restauant is not only the most authentic mexican restauraunt I have ever been to, they also have the freshest food. They even surpass restaurants that I have visited in mexico. My favorite dish is the vegetatian sopes. I just love all the grilled veggies on the crunchy little edible plate that they come on(corn masa). I recently tried the shrimp tacos and they are a close 2nd. I also love the carnitas. The meat you get in ANY dish is so tender and flavorful. I havent tried the cactus nachos yet, but its next on my list. Everything is made fresh when you order so some in and try some Guanajuato Style Mexican Cuisine. You wont leave hungry!!!!
To say Cherokee Street west of Jefferson Avenue is the epicenter of traditional Mexican street fare in St. Louis is, of course, to speak the truth. But it also does a disservice to a restaurant such as Siete Luminarias. Here you could visit a dozen times before you got around to ordering a plain old taco. And why would you order a taco when there are dishes as intriguing as the pambazo, a version of the classic torta sandwich in which the bread is lightly soaked in a guajillo chile sauce?... More »
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