Twisted Taco provides lots of ambiance, and is a great spot to enjoy the terrace during sunset.
Personally as a lover of Mexican food, I was a bit disappointed with the tacos. But you be the judge, my pallet was developed from the authenticity that comes from eating in the homes of my Mexican friends who have become family, so I’m a harsh taco critic.
I know everyone has a different preference when it comes to what they consider good food, but I’m a lover of authenticity. I want to feel like I’m in Cancun after taking my first bite, or that Tequila sip, that is an indication to me that the establishment prides itself on staying true to the flavors of the country.
One of the downsides of tourism is many places make their food “traditional” by removing the tradition. I want to eat what is cooked in the homes, not what is marketed for mass sales. Now don’t get me wrong, the vibe at Twisted Taco is great, and many people love the food, it sits in downtown Fayetteville, surrounded by shopping and other activities. But when I want a good taco, this won’t be a stop for me. Drop in one evening if you are in the area, have a drink and let me know what you think.
I’m just a brown girl, traveling the world, trying to make something beautiful