El Refugio Azteca

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4010 S Garnett Rd., Tulsa, OK 74129 4010 S Garnett Rd., Tulsa Directions
+19187060273
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Report | 2 years ago
It is not a "restaurant". It is a "street taco" trailer. The food is wonderful!
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Good and cheap.
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If your not mexican it's a little confusing . They have no ground beef but the steak meat they use is very good . It was a nice experience altogether .
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Report | 2 years ago
Yum! Be adventurous and try some of the more exotic meats, such as the been tongue or pork stomach!
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It's amazing.
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The beef street tacos were amazing!!!!! I can't wait to go back! If you hate the lines on Friday nights at the restaurants, check out this place! I will be back
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They have a sandwich that is very good and super big.
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Some of the best mexican food in Tulsa. The meat regardless of your choice is excellent!!!
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Food was great! I will go back when the weather is better.
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Food was great
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From Our Editors

Griselda Cesar Martinez has been dishing out authentic Mexican eats since 2006, when he purchased a mobile taco stand and named it El Refugio Azteca. After a couple years driving around the area, his culinary prowess and dedication earned him a permanent stomping ground. Within this brick-and-mortar restaurant, Martinez still stuffs tacos, burritos, and love letters to grizzlies with traditional meats such as spicy chorizo, beef tongue, and pork stomach.

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