Just average tacos arabes, if tou want to taste something typical from Pueblas this is just okay. I would recomend taco arabe with cheese
Yes, these tacos were good but not the great I was hoping for. We found the meat to be tender and tasty, but too salty. Certainly generous portions and the accompanying sauces were also good. We will have to try Tacos Tony, as another reader suggested, to compare.
This review if for the location on the Zocalo in Puebla. Originally, I went out looking for tacos al pastor... then I saw the trompo of meat just like pastor and the sign Tacos Arabe... I had no idea what Arabe was so I looked it up. Well it's pork tacos and since tacos al pastor are pork... it was... 更多
This place is purported to be the birthplace of this style of tacos in Mexico. Their signature food is their Tacos Arabe. It is flame cooked meat in a style that seems out of place in Mexico. If you have had tacos al pastor in other places, these are similar but quite a bit different. The spices on the meat... 更多
Tacos arabes is all the rage in Puebla and they are yummy. However I found La Oriental to be not as good. The meet tasted funny. I went to another location near el zocalo and they were much more delicious. This place is highly franchised so its starting to look like a Mcdonalds of sorts.
This was the first arab-taco chain on restaurants in Puebla and has been for long the best. Nevertheless, things have changed now, and this place had to give up the sceptre of Puebla's Best Arab Taco place to TACOS TONY. I invite you all to take the "test" and try tacos from both places and decide for yourselves. The two... 更多
I visited la oriental during my stay in Puebla. It was highly recommended by the locals and I was very excited to try it. The tacos were good, but I didn't think they were as great as what everyone said. I really liked the yellow sauce they provide. Tacos arabes are typical of Puebla, and a must try when you... 更多
Tacos arabes are a MUST when you visit Puebla, especially because these are a favorites for locals and visitors, and you can't find these anywhere else!
They have good quesadillas but there is not much variety and not always corn tortillas are available. Oriental means wheat tortillas and personally I prefer no-gluten cheaper mexican food.