Tuesday, October 13, 2009
Dad and I were near Scotty's Market in San Rafael at lunchtime, and noticed that the nearby Sonora Market was also a Taqueria (or vice versa). Being in the mood for a casual lunch, we stopped in Sonora Taqueria.
Once we ordered, we were promptly served some fresh chips with some red salsa with a kick, as well as a milder green salsa. The salsas were great, and tasted like these were just made.
I thought that Shrimp Fajitas for $9.99 was quite the deal, so decided to try these. It was a great choice! Lots of fresh shrimp with saucy vegetables, and the rice and beans were good too. There is choice of flour or corn tortillas to go with these, I chose the flour tortillas and was quite happy with the hot wrappers.
Dad wanted to try a small plate of a Chicken Tamale with Rice and Beans for $6.49. He said he liked it, and proceeded to eat everything on the plate as confirmation. Sonora Taqueria is very casual, but the price is right, the food is better, and the service was prompt and friendly.