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This Taco Restaurant In Toronto Will Transport You To Mexico

It's time we taco' 'bout it.
This Taco Restaurant In Toronto Will Transport You To Mexico

If you're in constant search for the next best taco then look no further than Toronto's Campechano. This spot located on Adelaide West is known for their no fuss attitude and delicious, authentic tacos.

READ MORE: 13 Mexican Restaurants To Try In Toronto Instead Of Grabbing Another Burrito

Campechano has an extensive menu of tacos that everyone is sure to love. From chorizo, to sea bass, and ribeye steak, their fillings are as fresh as they are delicious. Though this restaurant does have a smaller dining room, it creates a cozy atmosphere any taco lover will enjoy.

Not only are the taco's amazing but also the mojitos and cocktails. We recommend the pineapple mojito (pictured above) or their sangria for a refreshing and sweet drink. They also have different fruit flavoured sodas if drinking isn't for you.

Not only is Campechano great for taco lovers, but also all of their tortillas are gluten-free. The fresh made tortillas are prepared by the restaurant and make eating easy for anyone avoiding gluten.

So what are you waiting for? Spice up your restaurant rotation and enjoy some delicious tacos from Campechano. You won't regret it!

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