Tacos El Bronco in Sunset Park

Tacos El Bronco
4324 4th Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11220
718.788.2229

A few weeks ago Will and I grabbed a late lunch with our friends at Tacos El Bronco. Although we arrived around 4-4:30PM on a Sunday, it was very crowded and we had to wait for about 10-15 minutes for a table.

The restaurant is quite spacious and has a very lively atmosphere. The staff here are extremely busy with taking orders and bringing food to the customers. The waitresses were very helpful and friendly. Service was on point! Prices are very cheap, but the food is really the main star and top notch!

Tortilla Chips and Salsa
Before we could order our food and beverages, the waitress brought us a basket of tortilla chips with salsa dip. The salsa dip had a bit of spice in it, but it was tolerable and there were other sauces to dip into too.

Papaya Shake
I tried their papaya shake without milk and it tasted amazing and refreshing! It tasted more and felt more like a syrup instead because the consistency of the sake was very thick.

Roast Pork & Tender Beef Tacos
I ordered the two tacos - a roast pork and a tender beef one (regular size for $2.75 each). My boyfriend is allergic to avocado so he ended up not eating the tender beef taco and we gave it to our friend instead.

The tacos were wrapped in warm corn tortillas with paper-thin slices of radish, lime, and grilled spring onion on the side.

The roast pork taco was absolutely delightful! It was warm, vibrant, and delicious! The guacomole had a nice and rich creaminess to it and I am glad that the taco wasn't spicy at all. The roast pork was really tender and moist. This was really a bundle of deliciousness!

I am glad my friends introduced me to Tacos El Bronco and it is truly a gem! I wished I knew about this place earlier because their food was truly delightful! I am definitely coming back here again to try more of their foods and because I've been on a serious Mexican food kick.

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