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Bienvenidos - El Señor Taco of Tijuana México.
We really came into this not knowing anything about the restaurant industry. All we knew was how we prepared a great taco at home and how we treated our guests in our home. We brought this culture to our restaurant and people have shown us they love it!
In our culture we show our love to our family and friends through food. The heart of all of our gatherings is the food. Now we can share our love and friendship with an entire community. Seeing the business grow has been a great and exciting experience, as well as a dream come true.
The beauty of the company is everyone in the business is like family. You will find leaders that love food and love sharing food in every restaurant. You find a heart of gold and that is what makes El Señor Taco of Tijuana México a great culture, experience, organization and the Best Baja Eats Ever.
Thank you – La Familia Chavez