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Thu. November 15th Tacos de Canasta

posted Nov 11, 2018, 10:36 AM by Cesar C. Desales   [ updated Nov 11, 2018, 11:25 AM ]

This is one of the many variations of tacos, last seen at the Webrepublic on June 2014. It is what many factory workers used to eat sitting on a sidewalk of Mexico City at lunch time, true working class food yet tasty.

The fillings will be potato with chorizo, cochinita pibil(pork with spices), or beans' mousse (vegetarian). 

The only side is hot sauce.
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Price each taco: 3.5 CHF
Price 5 tacos: 15 CHF

Recommended serving: 2 to taste, 5 for a regular meal. 

Order till: Wednesday November 14th 
Delivery: Thursday November 15th

Thu. November 15th Tacos de Canasta


Thu. November 8th Pastel Azteca

posted Nov 4, 2018, 12:37 PM by Cesar C. Desales

Pastel Azteca (Aztec Cake) is a Mexican dish whose look will remind you a lasagna. It's made out of corn tortillas and chicken (or zucchini if vegetarian) soaked into an slightly spicy red sauce, topped with sour cream and decorated with parsley (Petersilie) and onion. Beans will be provided as side dish.


Options: chicken, vegetarian (no cheese!).

Price one portion: 15 CHF
Order till: Wednesday November 7th
Delivery: Thursday November 8th

Thu. November 8th Pastel Azteca


Thursday October 25th Pambazos

posted Oct 21, 2018, 12:38 PM by Cesar C. Desales

Pambazo (know at the Webrepublic as the Mexican orange burger) is a dish very similar to the torta or panino made with bread dipped in a red guajillo pepper sauce and filled with papas con chorizo (potatoes with chorizo), served with lettuce, cream, cheese and sauce.

The pambazo bread got his name from the pan basso or low class bread from Mexico's viceregal period. During that period, there were bakeries in Mexico dedicated solely to this type of bread named 'panbasserias' (pambacerías).


Recommended serving: 1 to 3
Price: 8.5 CHF per piece
Price veggie: 8 CHF per piece

Order till: Tuesday October 23rd
Delivery: Thursday October 25th

Thursday October 25th Pambazos


Thursday October 4th Enchiladas suizas

posted Sep 30, 2018, 4:48 AM by Cesar C. Desales   [ updated Sep 30, 2018, 11:39 PM ]

"Enchiladas suizas" is a dish belonging to the category of modern Mexican cuisine. Yes, the actual translation of the name is "Swiss enchiladas", a term coined by Swiss immigrants in Mexico, as the melted cheese over the tortillas dipped in green sauce brought to them nostalgic memories of the Alps.


The enchiladas are filled with shredded chicken and accompanied with refried beans.

Vegetarians: replace the chicken with champignons, but the cheese stays. 

Recommended serving: 2 or more.

Order till: Wednesday October 3rd
Delivery: Thursday October 4th

Price with chicken: 
 15.5 CHF 
 211 CHF 
 316 CHF
 421 CHF 

Price veggie: 4.5 CHF each enchilada

Thursday October 4th Enchiladas suizas


Thursday September 27th Tacos dorados

posted Sep 23, 2018, 9:45 AM by Cesar C. Desales   [ updated Sep 23, 2018, 9:53 AM ]

Good old fried tacos with optional toppings: lettuce, cream, cheese and hot sauce. Choose a filling: beef, beans(vegan) or potato with chorizo, or mix them.


Recommended serving: 2 to 5

Price:
Each Taco: 5 CHF
4 Tacos: 18 CHF
5 Tacos: 22 CHF

Order till Wednesday September 26th 
Delivery  Thursday September 27th 

Thursday September 27th Tacos dorados


Thursday September 20th Gorditas

posted Sep 16, 2018, 1:22 PM by Cesar C. Desales   [ updated Sep 16, 2018, 1:26 PM ]

Gorditas de chicharron are champions of Mexican street food, and at the same time centennial traditional Sunday market tastes. Gordita means "little fat one" in Spanish.

A gordita de chicharron is a thick corn tortilla filled with pork (or potato). It is similar to a pasty and to the Colombian/Venezuelan arepa. 

Gorditas are (optionally) accompanied with fresh cheese, onion, lettuce and sauce.


Recommended serving: 1 to try, 4 for big eaters

Price 1 Gordita with meat: 5 CHF
Price 1 Gordita with potato (vegan): 4.5 CHF

Order till: Wednesday September 19th.
Delivery: Thursday September 20th.

Thursday September 20th Gorditas


Thursday September 13th Tlacoyos

posted Sep 9, 2018, 2:41 AM by Cesar C. Desales   [ updated Sep 9, 2018, 3:06 AM ]

Tlacoyo is an oval-shaped fried or toasted cake made of masa. Somewhat torpedo-shaped, they are fatter than fresh corn tortillas and stuffed with different kinds of ingredients. On Mexican markets, vendors keep their tlacoyos warm by putting them in a covered basket, in order to keep them moist for a longer time. 

The tlacoyos will be filled up with beans mousse. Provided optional toppings are: hot chili sauce, cream, onion, cheese, lettuce. 


Price with chorizo topping: 4.5 CHF each, get 3 for 13 CHF
Price vegetarian/vegan: 4 CHF each, get 3 for 10 CHF

Recommended serving: 2 to 4 
Order till: Wednesday September 12th
Delivery: Thursday September 13th


Thursday September 13th Tlacoyos


Thursday September 6th Tacos de alambre

posted Sep 2, 2018, 9:18 AM by Cesar C. Desales   [ updated Sep 2, 2018, 9:58 AM ]

An alambre (literally a "wire" in Spanish.) is a Mexican variation of Shish kebab, consisting of grilled chicken with chopped bacon, peppers, onions, cheese and sauce, served in flour tortillas. Corn tortillas can be provided on request.


Price: 1 x 8.5 CHF, 3 x 22.5 CHF
Order till: Wednesday September 5th
Delivery:  Thursday September 6th

Thursday September 6th Tacos de alambre


Thu. August 30th Pastel Azteca

posted Aug 26, 2018, 4:18 AM by Cesar C. Desales   [ updated Aug 26, 2018, 12:14 PM ]

Pastel Azteca (Aztec Cake) is a Mexican dish whose look will remind you a lasagna. It's made out of corn tortillas and chicken (or zucchini if vegetarian) soaked into an slightly spicy red sauce, topped with sour cream and decorated with parsley (Petersilie) and onion. Beans will be provided as side dish.


Options: chicken, vegetarian (no cheese!).

Price one portion: 15 CHF
Order till: Wednesday August 29th
Delivery: Thursday August 30th

Thu. August 30th Pastel Azteca


Thursday August 23rd Pambazos

posted Aug 19, 2018, 9:20 AM by Cesar C. Desales   [ updated Aug 19, 2018, 9:29 AM ]

Pambazo (know at the Webrepublic as the Mexican orange burger) is a dish very similar to the torta or panino made with bread dipped in a red guajillo pepper sauce and filled with papas con chorizo (potatoes with chorizo), served with lettuce, cream, cheese and sauce.

The pambazo bread got his name from the pan basso or low class bread from Mexico's viceregal period. During that period, there were bakeries in Mexico dedicated solely to this type of bread named 'panbasserias' (pambacerías).


Recommended serving: 1 to 3
Price: 8.5 CHF per piece
Price veggie: 8 CHF per piece
Order till: Tuesday August 21st
Delivery: Thursday August 23rd

Thursday August 23rd Pambazos


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