Los Antojos

The best dishes here are posted on the wall in Spanish. And many customers, like the owners, are transplanted natives of Mexico City. Don’t miss consome loco, chicken rice soup slow-simmered with cilantro and onions; pambazo, baked potatoes with sausage, lettuce, cream and Mexican cheese; or gordita with chicharron, a deep-fried corn cake split open and stuffed with fried pork skin.

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Gyoza, Monta

This bustling noodle shop’s gyoza, or hand-made dumplings, take a little extra time, so when you order, the waitress will immediately shout over your shoulder to the kitchen that you’d like some. The gyoza are made in-house daily with pork and vegetables, then pan-fried for a nice crust on the outside. Make your own dipping sauce from the accoutrements in front of you: soy sauce, a little vinegar and a little chili oil or shichimi seven spice. $5, 5030 Spring Mountain Road, Suite 6, 367-4600.

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