Try the Soul Food of Michoacan at Sol Y Luna Taqueria
Like the Mayans, Michoacan's native Purepecha people didn't just submit to the Spanish, or the Aztecs before them, Michoacan state is often called the soul of Mexico is home to one of Mexico's most diverse indigenous populations with a unique culinary heritage.
In November 2010, UNESCO World Heritage cited Michoacan's Purepucha community for maintaining the country's culinary heritage, in other words, a cultural treasure worth preserving.
Focusing in on Fresh Ingredients
Sol Y Luna restaurant is run the Michoacan's way - passionate and homey with a little flair. With an emphasis on California grown Niman Ranch meat, localy grown vegetables and fruits.
Our Michoacan style diet combines delicious taste with health-supportive ingredients as few other cuisines do, a bit different in character, age and feel; think Sean Penn with a regional accent.
Whoever you are, wherever you're from, whatever you believe, and whomever you love, you are welcome to Sol Y Luna..
Other than that, I've only really tried the burritos and the huevos rancheros, but they were very satisfying and filling. I wouldn't say that the food here is mindblowing, but it's a great deal for a college student on a budget." Anna
It's a good-sized burrito. Chips are better than the usual, too. I like the courtyard there, nice chill place to have a lunch." Terra