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I love tortas and try them wherever I go in Mexico. I have been eating tortas at Tortitlan for twenty years, and still think they are the best. The combos are fantastic, and they don’t skimp on the avocados, tomato, and lettuce. For breakfast, try...More
We had hamburgers here, I thought it was the wrong food, burger patty looked pale white, not much flavor.
What I did feel was its was good price, burgers came with fries. For being such a touristy place thought it was not expensive.
We had the most delicious shredded beef sandwiches in this standing-room-only (that's how popular it was!) hole-in-the-wall (that's how unpretentious and cheap it was!). Highly recommended for travelers in the area for a taste of what the locals imbibe.
The place is a little hard to spot,as the sign is flat.so I walked across the street to be able to see it! Nice clean little place,tons of different tortas.the menu is in Spanish.the tortas are huge.I had the Aztecs and my husband had the...More
I love the tortas in Mexico so was excited to visit here and have one. The reviews we're good so it certainly sounded like a sure thing. Unfortunately the bread was so stale I couldn't eat it. If anything, a sandwich place should have fresh...More
The 3 Tortitlan locations offer tasty sandwiches and platters. I've never been able to eat an entire sandwich- half there and half to go. My favorite is the bacon and fondue-style cheese, while my husband favors the Cubano. The juices and aguas are good; the...More
Sometimes restaurant owners forget.
Always the most important person in the restaurant is the client, when they don't train the personnel properly bad things happen
And I have to accept they have a good torta