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Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Estrella Taqueria Opens in Lower Haight

Posted By on Tue, May 18, 2010 at 5:01 PM

click to enlarge Big-ass burritos tend to bring out Spanglish praise. - HAIGHTERATION
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  • Big-ass burritos tend to bring out Spanglish praise.
Haighteration's all over today's arrival of Estrella Taqueria, which opened in the former La Carreta space at Haight and Fillmore ― in fact, the menu seems to be a CC of Carreta's, which suggests continuity of ownership. That protentially troubling fact didn't stop Haighteration's Andrew from busting out his best Spanglish: "They've got a pretty extensive menu, ranging from prawn quesadillas to tofu ranchero burritos ― and they even have a breakfast menu, which we will definitely be trying muy muy pronto." Yelper Devon C. appears to have been the first customer: "It's a burrito place, and I can really only judge a burrito place by the food. It was a big ass burrito, amazing guacamole, and they were super friendly." Super friendly counts for a lot.

Now open:

Estrella Taqueria 533 Haight (at Fillmore)

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