The Sifuentes did figure it out on their own. Through much trial and error, they have established a small, yet satisfying, list of delicious Mexican-inspired foods. If Angeles didn’t know much about cooking before, she’s a pro now. Jaime says their tacos are a big seller, as are their burritos. I personally like their Taco Dorados—a menu item Jaime says they worked especially hard to get right. They are stuffed with either chicken or beef (I had chicken) and topped with salad. The fried shell is crunchy without being greasy.
There is a hint of saltiness that flavors the rest of the dish nicely. Their burrito has reason to be a fan favorite. It is substantial in size and flavor—seasoned meat, rice, lettuce, cheese and garnish of sliced jalapeno—easily added or taken away as desired. Several of their dishes come with a salad made of lettuce, radishes, tomato and avocado. All spicy sauces are served on the side.
Since 2015, the Sifuentes have called Roanoke home; and found permanent residence for Taco Riendo on Williamson Road.
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December 21-23 9:00am-9:00pm
December 24th 9:00am-2:00pm
December 25th CLOSED