Kentucky
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LOUISVILLE

    El Caporal
      A good, and from what those who know tell me, reasonably authentic Mexican place had bottles of El Yucateco on the table.----- much better than the usual fare.

    El Mundo

      on Preston highway (past outer loop)
      It is a small but interesting place - her ingredients are organically grown and her dishes are the greatest. There are three great sauces. They were featured in Chile Pepper Magazine. It is a must to check out!
      From: Randy [rock4u@rocketmail.com]
      Date: Mon, 10 Aug 1998

    La Tampitia
      on Preston highway (past outer loop)
      This place serves a "killer burrito" stuffed with meet (pork is the best), rice, beans, onion, and cilantro. This burrito is definitely in the 1#+ category. The Best part is that this Massive Burrito only costs $2.75. To make it better it is served with a hot tommatillo sauce and there is a squeeze bottle of very hot red sauce on the table. The restaurant is frequented by mostly Mexican immigrants and includes a Mexican grocery where you can by specialty items including crates of tomattillos and chilies. Even more El Yucateco(Mayan recipe) for $1.50!!!
      From: Matt Kraft [MKraft@infotech-usa.com]
      Date: Mon, 10 Aug 1998

    Mayan Gypsy
      Location not given
      It has great meats and a good selection of hot sauces.
      From: Randy [rock4u@rocketmail.com]
      Date: Date: Wed, 28 Oct 1998

    Pepperwood's Bar-b-que
      Location not given

      From: Jeannine Smallwood
      Date: Mon, 10 Aug 1998

    Z-teca
      on Preston highway (past outer loop)
      Polar opposite of La Tampitia which is a hole in the wall. This is a modern fast food, order at counter, seat yourself. I think it is like the subway of Mexican. You order the meet in your burrito (standard choices - including a barbecued beef) then select a sauce. The sauces include Mole', tommatillo, standard red and best of all a respectably hot habanero sauce. Same size burrito as Latampita. Costs about $4.75. There is one on Brekenridge Ln. and another opening September on bardstown and eastern pkwy. Well worth the trip (cleaner and easier to get to than La Tampita)
      From: Jonathan T. Smillie, jsmillie@protix.com
      Date: Mon, 12 Oct 1998







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