Absolutely completely disguised as someone else's food stand, Brochetes Don Lucas only stands out in food quality. You must know it is there or you will miss this place.
Attached to the very eclectically and partially hidden La Brecha taqeria on Jalisco between Prieto and Serdan, wooden skewers of either pork, beef or shrimp are charred up for you while you wait.
In fact, the wait is quite publicly stated to be 12 to 15 minutes and for good reason: It takes a while for the propane barbeque grille to get hot, let alone cook a skewer of meat,veggies and fruit.
Is it worth the wait? Hey, the food is hot, the mashed potatoes that accompany the brochette are real, and the price of only 15 pesos per brochette can't be beat anywhere in the city.
Open from 9 in the morning until 3 in the afternoon, Brochetes Don Lucas have earned a spot on this blogspot. Please do yourself a favor and give this place a try.
Jalisco between Guillermo Prieto and Aquiles Serdan, right hand side of the street. Look for the banners advertising everything but brochettes. (biggrin)
- The Bread Guy
- La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico
- Before gaining control of my life, I created pastries for some cool places in California: San Ysidro Ranch in Montecito, Brix Restaurant in Napa and The Lodge in Sonoma. Now I am the chef/owner of Pan D' Les bakery in La Paz. My personal favorite is the Multigrano loaf, full of crunchy seeds and a nice chewy crust.