Mine is San Francisco Mission District Mexican Tacqueria fare. I have finally given up trying to eat burritos because a proper SF burrito is enough food for a 180 lb. man for a whole day. But when I'm away for a couple of weeks, I begin to need a super taco: 2 5" corn tortillas layered with beans (pinto, refried, black), meat (carnitas, carne asada, grilled chicken, al pastor, lengua, chile verde, several moles), fresh salsa, shredded lettuce, shredded jack cheese, sour cream, guacamole, tomato and onion slices, cilantro. ū.45, including all the jalapenos you can eat, a huge pile of fresh tortilla chips and 3 kinds of table salsas. It's my regular Friday lunch, and the one I head for when I get back to town.
This presentation is available in about a half dozen small shops in one district of SF. I can go about 10 days before I start needing jalapenos and cilantro. When the going gets bland, I will try anyone's version of any kind of Latin American food, or even substitute Indian, Thai and Sechuan, but always look forward to coming home to this fresh and sparkling favorite.