A quaint tuck-shop-styled eatery with a focus on all things fresh and fuss-free.
It may come as a surprise to learn that San Francisco is home to some of the greatest Mexican cuisine north of Tijuana. With a vibrant Latino community, the city’s Mission District produces some of the world’s best Tex-Mex, and is filled with popular Mexican taquerias. These popular American eateries are the inspiration for Fortitude Valley’s Tuckeria Fresh Mexican, a quaint tuck shop-styled eatery with a focus on all things fresh and fuss-free.
Just a short stroll from Brunswick Street Mall, Tuckeria offers a simple selection of Mexican cuisine, soft drinks and alcoholic beverages. You may wait a while to find seating for your group on a busy Saturday night, but it’s well worth the weight if you’re craving a burrito and Corona.
Tuckeria’s casual whiteboard maps out an easy step-by-step ordering process. Simply pick your choice of burrito, taco, quesadilla, nachos (they make their own corn chips) or taco salad, then state your choice of meat or vegetarian option, and you’re on you’re way to the promised land. If it’s a hearty meal on the go you’re after, the folks behind the counter are always more than happy to wrap your meal snugly in foil for you to take away with you.
Published on March 06, 2011 by Lauren Burvill