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Asada began as one of the Upstate's first food trucks but the regularly sold-out dinner services made it clear that a brick and mortar establishment was necessary. Their brand of Mission Style Tacos... Read More
Asada began as one of the Upstate's first food trucks but the regularly sold-out dinner services made it clear that a brick and mortar establishment was necessary. Their brand of Mission Style Tacos are inspired by owners Gina and Roberto's time in San Francisco but with an endless supply of other ethnic influences sprinkled in. Their classic tacos, quesadillas and burritos feature the usual suspects in terms of ingredients – melted queso, pico de gallo, sour cream and the like – presented in the highest quality you will find anywhere. Dig a little deeper and you will find things like the Japanese inspired Chicken Karaage taco and the Nicaraguan Style Churrasco keeping your palate on its toes with a whole world of influences at play. The love Gina and Roberto put into their cuisine is on display as Roberto is always popping out from his place in the kitchen for a handshake across the counter and Gina continually wears out a path to the customer side to offer hugs to their regular customers.
- Lunch: "It can be easy to miss ASADA as you're driving. Look for the bright blue IHOP next door as a landmark for where to turn into the parking lot."
- Best for Lunch Because: ASADA offers high-quality food in incredibly generous portions, and at very reasonable prices. It's a great deal for lunch and you won't find anything else like it in Greenville.