Taqueria Cancun Restaurant Review, San Francisco

Reviewer: Foodnut.com

Taqueria Cancun

2288 Mission Street (Between 18th and 19th ST)

San Francisco, CA 94110

415-252-9560

Taqueria Cancun San Francisco Front

Taqueria Cancun is a friend’s Mexican restaurant favorite. They’re located in the heart of the Mission district and take cash only. They have 2 other locations in San Francisco.
This place is popular with the late night crowd as it is open very late.

Taqueria Cancun San Francisco Interior

Decor, Vibe – Colorful paper decorations hang from the ceiling. Long picnic tables up front. Not a fancy place, but a step up from a dive. Locals of all ages were eating when we were there.

Menu Pictures

Taqueria Cancun San Francisco Menu

Picks:

Taqueria Cancun San Francisco Carne Asada Burrito

Carne Asada Burrito ($4.99) was huge and full of rice, beans, and meat. Tortillas were in great shape. Their hot sauce is really really hot. Meat was too salty and had some ‘parts’.

Taqueria Cancun San Francisco Chorizo Super Burrito

Chorizo Super Burrito ($5.99) added avocado and sour cream to the standard burrito. Nice chunks of avocado, not just smashed up greenness.

OK:
None

Pans:
None

Taqueria Cancun serves up solid inexpensive Mexican food in the Mission. The food came fairly fast and they have a pretty diverse menu.
The taco trucks El Norteno and El Tonayense serve better food in our opinion, but are not sit down restaurants.

Also at:
1003 Market Street (Near 6th St)
San Francisco, CA 94103
(415) 864-6773

3211 Mission Street (Near 29th St)
San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 550-1414

Taqueria Cancun Overall Rating: (Average 1.5)

Come Back?

Food Rating: (Good)
Service Rating: (Average)
Atmosphere Rating: (Average)
Value Rating: (Very Good)

Guide: 0 = poor, 1 = Below/Average, 2 = Good, 2.5 = Very Good, 3 = Excellent , 4 = Extraordinary

Alcohol:Beer
Attire:Casual
Hours:Mon-Th 9am-1am, Fri-Sat 9am-2am
Parking:Street
Reservations:No
Prices:$2.30 - $7.99

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