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Frank’s Restaurant ~ Mid City

Best tacos in LA? I don’t think so. Best tacos on Fairfax Ave? Possibly.

The carnitas is better than most carnitas I’ve had. Some parts were juicy, some crunchy and it had that cooked in it’s own fat flavor to it. One of the big hunks of salted pork practically melted in my mouth and went perfectly with the salsa verde. The tacos at Frank’s come with two salsas, a salsa roja which is a mild tomato salsa and spicy salsa verde. The tomato salsa doesn’t do much for me, ask for extra verde with your tacos if you like some spice.

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