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Tacos Tumbras a Tomas
Mexican Restaurant
Today 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
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317 Broadway Los Angeles, CA 90013
317 BroadwayUSCaliforniaLos Angeles90013
Mexican Restaurant, Latin American RestaurantToday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Monday 8:00 am – 6:00 pmTuesday 8:00 am – 6:00 pmWednesday 8:00 am – 6:00 pmThursday 8:00 am – 9:00 pmFriday 8:00 am – 9:00 pmSaturday 8:00 am – 9:00 pmSunday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
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Tacos, burritos & tumbras are served from an all-business food stall in Grand Central Market.- Google
"Eats: Carnitas Burrito, no rice, no beans, extra red sauce."
"The carne asada on the other hand was good but not exceptional."
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hyuk kang
4 weeks ago
Trompa (pig snout) was a bit on the fatty side, but very very porky (in a good way). Lots of meat on a large sized taco. Chicharron (fried pork skin) was boiled in salsa, texturally a bit spongy for my liking. Asada was good. Lengua (beef tongue) was more flavorful than just the typical lengua, so this was good too.
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Hanae K
2 months ago
One of my favorite in the market!! There will be a line if you show up during busy hours. They give generous amount of meat so 2-3tacos will fill you up. They'll also give you extra tortillas. My favorite are anything pork, steak is good too.
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Marcus Lo
5 months ago
I like the tacos here. They aren't the best ever but they are still pretty good! These are also the LARGEST tacos i have ever seen. WHERE THIS PLACE IS: If you are entering Grand Central Market from the side with the Chinese restaurant, you will find this place on the right side, near the middle. If you are entering GCM from the side with the other taco place and the Egg Slut place, TTT will be on the left side/middle. FOOD: Tacos - Loaded with meat! I tried the carnitas and the carne asada. Both were good but the carnitas was better. Some of the better carnitas I've had. The carne asada on the other hand was good but not exceptional. SERVICE: They have 5-7 people behind the counter and they all do they same thing... everything. Go to the first available employee and they will make your order and then take payment for it. They are all pretty efficient as well. The only concern is that the people handling the money are also handling the food. PARKING: Street, meter, paid lots, or the structure (60min validation with purchase)
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Sally Elbassir
7 months ago
Located in The Grand Central Market against the wall, this stand looks like your typical Mexican place. But the carne asada taco(s) are tender, flavorful, and generous, and overall delicious. One taco is $3. But one taco really gives you enough ingredients to make 3 tacos because you get 2 extra tortillas and huge scoops of meat. So really, it's 3 tacos for $3 which is an amazing deal. The service was efficient and friendly. I would definitely come back to this stand next time I'm at Grand Central!
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Andrew Gregor
4 months ago
Tacos Tumbras a Tomas is an awesome taco place! Located in the belly of Grand Central Market, it has authentic Mexican food and a great vibe. I had the goat meat tostada -- excelente!! And you'll have plenty to see while eating in the Market.
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alice chung
5 months ago
You get your bang for your buck at Tacos Tumbras a Tomas! Don't be discouraged by the $3 taco before you look at the SIZE of the taco and the amount of protein they slap onto the tortilla. For the average person, ONE taco can easily make TWO hefty servings as they give you extra tortillas to split the protein. With that said, TWO full tacos is all you need to make FOUR heavy taco servings. The CABEZA is tender, so flavorful and even more delicious. Cabeza means cow head. I know, it doesn't sound very good but forget what it means and just order this. You won't regret it. The GOAT, however, was a bit too dry for me. Still flavorful but required a lot of chewing. The line can extend down the aisle but know that you can easily cut everyone by walking up to an available server to order. They don't discriminate on line cutting and just serve whoever shows up.
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Scott Sternberg
7 months ago
So much food for so little money! I love this place. The first time I went, my friend told me to just order one taco. I didn't think there was any way that one taco could be a filling meal. I soon learned that one taco is the equivalent of 2.5-3 normal tacos. You get a small mountain of meat for $2.50. It's awesome. My personal favorites are the carnitas and the chicken.
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Eric Martinez
10 months ago
I'm lucky enough to work only a short drive from this place located at the Grand Central Market. On occasion I will visit this place for lunch. At $2.50 their tacos are loaded with the meat of your choosing. These tacos have as much meat as two or three tacos elsewhere. The burritos and tortas are also a good value at $5.50. Make sure you try the red sauce, it is excellent. I have a few tips, especially if you go during the lunchtime rush: Make sure to park in the adjacent lot, they will validate with any purchase. The counter at this place can get very crowded at lunch. Make sure you work your way to the front of the counter, there are no lines. If you wait behind the crowd of people you will be waiting for a long time. It's not first come first served. The person who makes their way to the counter first will be served first.
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