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Choose Between Two Options
- $12.50 for $20 worth of lunch
- $17.50 for $30 worth of dinner
Options include pollo en mole, which tops chicken with mole–a traditional sauce of chocolate and chile de arbol; enchiladas rancheras; carne asada; and taco al pastor. See the full menu.
Gallo de Oro
Gallo de Oro's chefs know that not everyone can make a pilgrimage south of the border, but there’s no reason why they can’t eat like a local anyway. That’s why the chefs take such care with their sprawling menu of traditional Mexican cuisine. Marinated and grilled chicken, strips of top sirloin, or prawns with mushrooms mingle with green peppers and onions and are ready to be rolled into fajitas. The chefs’ other specialties include braised pork loin, arroz con pollo, and burritos stuffed with chicken, beef, veggies, and pork. In addition to daily meals, Gallo de Oro also hosts dancing and karaoke nights every Friday and Saturday, as customers gather and belt out their favorite renditions of the keyboard solo from “White Wedding.”