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El Túnel

El Túnel Review

The Tunnel—named for its long, narrow entrance across from the exit of the Teatro Angela Peralta—has been in business since 1945, and black-and-white photos of classic Mexican stars line the yellow-and-lavender-trimmed walls. You can taste its experience with faithful renditions of such famed regional snacks as gorditas (fried rounds of cornmeal topped with garnish), tostadas, meat or potato tacos and pozole (pork-and-hominy stew), and its specialty, asada de la plaza de res (chopped beef and cubed potatoes, spiced and smothered in lettuce, carrots, and onions).

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  • No credit cards.
  • Closed Wed.

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