When I heard that Taqueria El Cuate (formerly Taqueria El Cuate de Obregon) had a ribeye taco, I knew I had to investigate.
When I heard that Taqueria El Cuate (formerly Taqueria El Cuate de Obregon) had a ribeye taco, I knew I had to investigate. I had been to this taqueria before but must’ve somehow missed the ribeye option as I’m usually so focused on chicharron.
Of course, I re-tried the chicharron, too. Taqueria El Cuate offers two kinds of chicharron, a dry and a wet. Although, it may be referred to as “red” and not wet. Apologies for the confusion. Literally speaking, however, it is both wet and red.
This is my second documented visit to a local taqueria. I’m handling the filming and editing myself, so apologies for the discrepancies in quality. These videos will improve over time! If you’d like, you can check out the first video in the series about Taqueria Rosita’s on Valencia near the airport.
Anyhow, the ribeye taco did not disappoint! Check out the video and let me know what you think. Oh, and if you haven’t already, subscribe to the Tucson Foodie YouTube channel.
Taqueria El Cuate is located at 4817 S Valencia Rd.