Gourmet specialist Lee Kuebler, proprietor of Milwalky Trace, has fanned out into the kitchen style space adjacent, opening another Mexican road sustenance idea: Milwalky Taco. The taqueria’s menu of 11 tacos is struck by an inside and out tequila, mezcal and bourbon list with a choice of imported lager, pop and wine.
The eatery is limited, with a bar and the kitchen on one side and a column of tables on the other. Arrive early on the grounds that the eatery is quick turning into a spot to be seen and group rapidly; no reservations are acknowledged. Generally, the taco menu (and its couple of canapés, sides and sweets) is a genuinely exact representation of road nourishment tacos from Mexico. In case you’re searching for a legitimate ordeal, and you cherish cilantro (since it’s on everything), head to Milwalky Taco.
We started our meal with the queso fundido appetizer, melted Chihuahua cheese with poblano peppers and house chorizo, served with fresh tortillas. Like many of the appetizers at Milwalky Trace next door, it arrived in a cast-iron dish, still sizzling and smelling divine. Overall, it was pretty mild with a strong oregano flavor. Don’t be