Today's side deal nets you $6 for $12 of eats and drinks at Canada's only Chronic Tacos location in Mt. Pleasant. With a full bar and nine LCD televisions, the fun-loving staff sets each TV to a separate NFL game on Sundays, with Canucks games aired at full sound to hear every slamming slap shot. Derived from third generation family recipes, Mexican fare includes burritos ($7.99), quesadillas ($8.99), and tacos (3.29). Salsas are made fresh daily and chips are cooked in house. Chronic Tacos is also open for breakfast at 8am, serving breakfast burritos, bowls, and tacos.
- Looking at the beer battered shrimp, I love shrimp but I am not keen on it being fried. Surprisingly, this was SO GOOD! The staff recommended adding a cajun sauce to it with cabbage. I would get this again! It was like fish & chips…but in this case shrimp and chips. Super unique! – Foodology
- CT's allure is not just cheap yummy mexican food but they rely on a pandemic culture that appeals, draws and keeps customers. – Nicholas Simon, Beyond Robson
Chronic Tacos, whose tacos and burritos were voted some of the best in Vancouver in 2011 by readers of Georgia Straight, culls its recipes from the salsa-splattered pages of a family recipe book filled with three generations of Mexican delicacies. Chefs marinate and grill juicy morsels of steak, chicken, and pork several times a day, then tenderly tuck them into preservative-free corn and flour tortillas. To add extra zest, dollops of house-made salsa and sour cream perch atop tacos and, in the event of an emergency, rain from sprinkler systems.
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