LOS MARIACHIS TAQUERIA, AUTENTIC MEXICAN TACOS, BY CHEF CRIS.

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Hi Chris, what I believe we need are LANDMARKS... turn right at Rodelag?  Turn right again at ________  Left at _______  etc.

Tried to find it today...couldn't. And I am pretty tenacious....ended up having lunch at Java Juice ( uptown) under new management ( manglement) ..truly bad...don't get me started.. I need a holiday.

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http://goo.gl/maps/lrb8u

here you have de map.

landmarks would be great. 

there are rarely street signs, usually not pointed in the right direction, and so small you cannot read then

off panam highway, turn left just before /or after _____

then left at _____

then right at _____

would be most helpful

http://goo.gl/maps/lrb8u

this is the map.

when you came from Boquete to down town DAVID, thats av. Obaldia, like going to the airport.

turn tight at Av Bolivar, then you are going to pas the park Miguel de Cervantes, and the catholic church, continuo  till the gas station ACCEL, turn right( street C Sout ) then right one more time at the next street Av 2a, Este .

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Has anyone actually found this place yet? And, if so, was it good and worth visiting a first or repeat time?

Actually the map made it pretty easy for us to find.

Food - styled more like a street taqueria, not a Mexican restaurant, so don't expect a huge menu. Flavors of the tacos were good, the meat was tender and moist, the salsa was good as well, chips were stale, traditional drinks were good, no beer. Prices are not bad, but not inexpensive like a typical Panamanian restaurant. All in all, if you are in David in the afternoon or evening it is worth a try.

I took a taxi, so I didn't have to have directions other than what someone posted here.

It's a small out of the way place with a couple of tables, but it was okay since no one else was in there. Looks very clean.

There wasn't much selection & as I understand it, you can't get Mx rice unless you order in advance as supposedly Pans don't like Mx rice (how strange is THAT???)

The pineapple drink me & my guest did not like, but we both loved the rice drink. I recommend that.

I didn't like the pica which IMO had no flavor, so that was a disappointment for me as I LOVE pica & the other Mx restaurant in Boquete has GREAT pica.

I ordered a combination plate & asked for the price ahead of time & there was a misunderstanding between Chris & his worker, so at the end it took over 10-15 minutes for them to discuss the pricing, the math, why she misunderstood, etc. etc. while me & my guest were waiting for the correct price so I could pay & just leave so we could catch our bus. Then even after that her math was wrong & Chris had to show her 2-3 times why it was wrong. I wasn't happy about that, but I get that it's Panama & they don't understand you don't do all of this in front of the customer, you just eat the issue & let them leave.

But at least there wasn't a fight with me when I said no I wasn't going to pay the extra money. We aren't talking $2 here, it was a lot more & I'm not a rich person.

The first time I had the chicken tacos I liked them. I ordered 2 more & they weren't as good (no flavor).

The prices are expensive IMO, especially b/c the portions are very small. If they were larger portions the pricing would have been okay, but I understand that Chris is using all fresh ingredients.

I'm a foodie, so my tastes are different than yours.

Chris was a nice person, so it was a joy to talk to him & I mean no disrespect Chris, I'm giving my honest opinion as I should.

Have a great weekend everyone.

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