Day Twenty-Eight: Tacos vs Burritos
You thought I was going to write about a breakfast burrito, didn’t you? Well actually, I’ve never had one. Imagine my delight on seeing tacos on a brunch menu here in Prague. Everyone has heard of the breakfast burrito, but breakfast tacos were a new one for me. New, and delicious!
I kicked off MoFo with a post about Radost FX, and it was too good not to return to. This time we went back for a savoury Mexican breakfast. It has to be said that service here is not the fastest, as it’s such a busy place, but at the same times the servers are really friendly and helpful and speak great English.
All savoury brunch items come with potatoes and bread, as you can see here. The potatoes are gorgeous roasted chunks with so much flavour – they were actually my favourite part of the dish. We weren’t sure what to do with the dry bread, so we dunked it in the guacamole, which was beautifully smooth and creamy. And then the tacos, oh, the tacos! It was just one crispy taco, which had gone a bit soggy in the middle, but was fine eaten with a knife and fork. It was topped with good old refried beans, delicious smoky tofu flakes and a tasty, zingy salsa on top. Delicious!
I’m not sure how breakfasty these tacos were, unlike breakfast burritos which seem to just roll up the normal full English. But they were great for brunch, and I might even experiment with my own version at home!
Every time I’ve ever been to Prague I’ve been to Radost FX. I think the last time was about 10 years ago so I am pleased to see they are still going strong. I always enjoyed the food there and I remember the cocktails being good too.
Wow, I’m impressed that they’ve been going that long! They always seem to be pretty busy at brunch. Have you been for dinner as well then? We’re keen to give it a try.
Yum! The picture looks so good, I bet it was dee-licious! Glad you gave the breakfast tacos! I remember the first time I tried a breakfast burrito – it was a very fun, new discovery =)
I’ll try a breakfast burrito one day, I hope!