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Welcome To La Cumbre Taqueria

La Cumbre By Night.JPG
Burrito hunting in San Francisco's Mission district is like shooting fish in a barrel. I've never shot fish in a barrel but my understanding is that it's not difficult. Having already reviewed two taquerias less than two blocks from my apartment, La Cumbre Taqueria, on Valencia between 16th and 17th (Map), will be the third. They also have a location in San Mateo (Map).

An aside: Perhaps I should be more cautious about making comments regarding the proximity of certain taquerias to my residence, should any overzealous Burrito Blog readers try to triangulate the location of their local Burrito Analyst.

Nevertheless, La Cumbre Taqueria - shown here amidst the captivating nightlife of the Mission - was a must try.

Also, one time I met a guy at La Salsa who claimed that his brother owned La Cumbre. That statement has yet remained uncorroborated, however I see no reason not to give him the benefit of the doubt.

To take a look at the menu here.

This entry is filed in La Cumbre Taqueria.

Tuesday, August 15, 2006 by Phil.


hey, really like the blog, a little mad you beat me to it. anyway, oysters are traditionally though of as an aphrodisiac, hence the "lift" aspect of the sign. i can't answer the rest of your questions however.

Posted by: alex at October 11, 2006 10:57 PM