Taco Diner serves consistently great, quality food. Dallas, Richardson, Frisco, Fort Worth, Southlake. No matter the location, the food is great. EVERY time. Addison was the location of my last visit. We were greeted to the light, airy decor with pops of green and colorful wall art. The waiter brought the chips and two salsa choices. One is a green medium heat salsa. The other is a spicier, smoky salsa. I could drink both of them. So yummy!
Our first choice: the Cotija Crusted Chicken Tacos. These tacos are serious on taste. The Cotija cheese was blended with light bread crumbs, possibly Panko. It was fried crispy. The crust clung to the moist chicken like they were married. The crema Veracruz was just enough to keep the Cotija from being overly salty. It was paired with corn elote. The elote, similar to Mexican street corn, was cut off the cob and mixed with chili powder, cayenne, mayo and Cotija. Sweet, crunchy and savory. These tacos were amazing! They should add these to the menu as a regular item.
We also ordered the Los Cabos Salad. This salad is almost too pretty to eat. Start with a perfectly cooked flour tortilla and a swirl of chipotle Caesar dressing. The molded salad consists of blue cheese, bacon, avocado and lettuce. It is topped with juicy, seasoned chicken. Not your normal salad…exceptional.