La Taqueria / San Francisco

2889 Mission St btwn 24th & 25th San Francisco 94110
Opening Hours
Sun 11:00 - 20:00
Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 11:00 - 21:00
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Tips from the Net @ La Taqueria
Miguel Ortiz en
This was my wife's and I first time here and this place is awesome. It is a bit pricey, but you get what you pay for and that is some really good tacos! We will definitely go back when we are in SF again. GooglePlace - July 2017
Noor Alnahhas en
This place is incredible. Absolutely lives up to the review of the best burrito, but I would even say they have some of the best taco's I've ever had! There's a continuous line, but it moves really quickly so don't be worried. The food is fantastic. I had a beef burrito, and a chicken taco - AMAZING. I also had the strawberry Agua Fresca - WOW, real chunks of strawberry, full of flavor and refreshing. Sit on the window bar outside if you can - the show is amazing. The guy who chops the beef is a MACHINE - he's prepping and cutting the meat and making tacos all at the same time, without missing a beat! I love this place! GooglePlace - July 2017
Mark Elliott en
Just a really special place. still my favorite burrito i've ever had anywhere, which says a lot. so fresh and delicious. they've convinced me to not get rice on other burritos, too. crispy tacos are also phenomenal. the line is long but that's what one comes to expect with great places in SF. generally recommend staying in to eat, as it's much better when you're there. GooglePlace - June 2017
Tristan Chaput en
La Taqueria deserves the praise it gets! When you first walk up, there is a long line extending out the door, but they have a strong system down that makes everything go fairly quickly. When you are inside, a waitress comes up and takes your order and hands you a slip to give to the cashier. From there you pay and wait for your number to come. Make sure you bring cash because they do not accept credit cards. If you have multiple people in your party, it didn't seem to be unusual for one person to grab a table while the other paid. The food was very tasty and reasonably priced! GooglePlace - May 2017
Tayler Hill en
La Taqueria is worth the hype it receives. Definitely the tastiest burrito I had while in San Francisco, made in the "traditional" way with no rice. The line is probably going to be long when you go there, but it's worth it, it moves quickly enough. The hard part is going to be finding a place to sit, as the place appears to be popular with the young and older crowds alike. When we were there, we were lucky to snag 2 seats at a 4 person table (with two friendly strangers!) so it's definitely a friendly kind of place. GooglePlace - May 2017