Toronto, ON M5V 1T4
Tortillas are the foundation of a good taco, and when it comes to tacos, Campechano does not mess around. Importing the corn from Mexico, soaking and grinding the masa fresh daily and grilling each tortilla to order, Campechano is serious about making fresh and delicious tacos. Owners Raena Fisher and Daniel Roe (previously of the Black Hoof and La Carnita) converted what was once Sadie's Diner's space into a vibrant and rustic space that puts Mexican street food at the forefront. The menu is concise, featuring one ceviche, guacamole, a handful of tacos, quesadillas and one dessert. Of course, they reserve the right to add and change the menu here and there, but for the most part Campechano keeps it pretty simple. The cocktails are a collection of traditional Mexican classics, including a margarita, paloma and sangria, which are all priced at about $9.