If you’re into some good eats, Phoenix is the place for you. As we talked about in out other post, there are hundreds of authentic restaurants that were started by people from other countries. We wanted to take the time out to dive into some of our favorite authentic restaurants in the Phoenix Valley, so without further ado here are our top picks.
- Chino Ban-dido
Chino Ban-dido is a restaurant with a unique menu. This restaurant was opened by a married couple, one being Mexican, the other being Asian. What do you get when you mix the two together? Some of the best Mexican-Asian fusion food in the entire state. To be clear, we’re not sure if there is another restaurant serving this type of food so they might take that label as the best without much competition, but we assure you that when you eat here you will be blown away. If we were to choose one favorite from their menu, our top pick would be their pork . The cool thing is that you can get rice, beans, or a quesadilla to go with the pork so there are plenty of different ways you can go about eating at this place. If you’re in north Phoenix, we highly recommend checking this awesome and authentic restaurant out.
2. Taco Guild
The Taco Guild is a restaurant that was built out of a beautiful old church. The old stain glassed windows are still in tact and give this restaurant a beautiful atmosphere to eat in. There is one day that is the absolute best in our opinion to eat here which is Sunday. We’re not sure if the lord himself inspired their decision to make Sundays all you can eat tacos with a margarita for $20, but whoever was the inspiration for this decision, we thank them. I was lucky enough to go here on a Sunday and put down 7 tacos. This may not seem like much, but when you couple in their all you can eat chips and salsa plus the margarita, I left there more full than I had been in a very long time. P.S. The pork tacos are to die for!
Once again, if you can make it out to Windsor on a Sunday, you’ll be glad you did. This place is known for their brunch which takes place on Sundays until 1 pm. If you do make it for brunch, we highly recommend their eggs Benedict. I’m not a huge egg fan but wow, this place is doing things right. If you can’t make it for brunch they still do have an awesome menu with fish, burgers, and some great sandwiches. They have $5 pitchers of draft beer until 5 pm everyday which is just another awesome added bonus about this place.
We realize that there are thousands of restaurants in Phoenix and definitely don’t have time to cover them all in one post. We went ahead and picked out favorite restaurants that we know from experience that you will love. We hope you enjoyed reading this post, until next time!This awesome list of restaurants has been brought to you by Polystowing.com.