Slate of family recipes includes butterfly prawns in a tomato broth, carne asada, and T-bone ranchero
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The menu includes crab enchiladas ($14.99), beef fajitas ($15.79), carne asada burrito ($14.99), chicken tacos al carbon ($15.49), and chorizo con huevos ($10.99).
When Andrés Cárdenas Guitrón emigrated to the United States from Mexico, he landed his first job as a dishwasher. He worked his way up the ranks to a food preparer, a cook’s assistant, and a chef before finally opening up his own restaurant. At Mazatlan, he dishes out family recipes that include grilled chimichangas, crab enchiladas, and steak picado christened in a Spanish sauce.