Have Yourself a Little Lamb (Zagat)

Zagat had a little lamb and so should you! Los Chingones’ house favorite Lamb Neck taco is not to go unnoticed. Prepared by an eight hour braise and accompanied with a sweet pasilla salsa, be in-the-know by experiencing all the deliciousness that this taco can offer.  But don’t take our word for it, click here to read Zagat’s 27 Tacos Every Denverite Needs to Try or keep scrolling…

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STRAIGHT-UP STREET-STYLE OR FUSION-FANCY, THESE ARE THE BEST IN THEIR CLASS

May 1, 2017·by Ruth Tobias

It goes without saying that a lot has changed in the three years since our last comprehensive survey of the Mile High City taco scene. But we’re just as happy to say that a lot hasn’t. Every single champ we named back then, from the longaniza at Taco Mex to the fried swordfish at Machete, remain knockouts today — they just happen to share the spotlight with several other winners, whether models of Mexican tradition or exemplars of contemporary inspiration.

Lamb neck taco at Los Chingones
If you spurn lamb for its earthiness, this signature creation — on the menu at Troy Guard’s taqueria duo (soon to be trio) since day one — won’t change your mind. If you dislike it because you think it’s too chewy, it will definitely convince you otherwise. The braised neck meat is as tender as could be beneath a squiggle of smoky salsa pasilla.

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