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Chronic Tacos

Earlier in December we checked out Chronic Tacos located in the food court at Palms Casino Resort.  This food chain currently has 30 locations mainly all over California and a few shops in Nevada, Arizona, and Canada:

Front

Chronic Tacos emphasizes on fast food that's made to order so the food you are getting is fresh!  They do not allow their food at the front to sit out for too long.

Chronic Tacos prepares generous portions of Mexican food.

The California Burrito with Carne Asada was my personal favorite.  As you can see there is a lot of ingredients all packed in this massive burrito!  This would be a great hangover meal ;)

F r e s h 

Fish Tacos- The Mahi Mahi or Ono fish is dipped in a special Tecate Beer batter and deep fried.

Eating here reminded me that fast food shops are not all the same.  Chronic Tacos stays true to delivering fresh food every time to their customers!  This Chronic Tacos shop is also conveniently near the Brenden Theatres, so have a meal before or after watching a movie.


Chronic Tacos inside The Palms Casino Resort
4321 W. Flamingo Rd. Las Vegas, NV 89103
 (702) 477-0414

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