3 Nontraditional Tacos You Must TryBy Farah Fleurima
July 22, 2014 By Farah Fleurima | July 22, 2014
Expanding from its original Henderson Avenue branch to Fort Worth and soon to Chicago, VT boasts a WTF —Weekly Taco Feature, that is. Combos in the WTF and the regular menu get crazy, like the Picante Pork (ranch-flavored crema, barbecue sauce, cheddar and fried pickled jalapenos) and Grilled Mediterranean Flank (steak, feta, Greek salad, tzatziki, dill).
Tacos get a huge hit of Indian flavor at this Plano eatery. Whether soft or crisp, you can fill your shell with tandoori chicken or even vegetarian-friendly spiced mashed potatoes and onion. Chase one or more with a creamy, shake-like mango lassi.
Del Frisco’s Grille
Ahi tuna tacos aren’t the newest appetizer out there, but the steakhouse with branches in Uptown, Fort Worth and Southlake gives them a boost of carb-freedom by ditching the shell for lettuce leaf (pictured). It’s a bit messy to eat, but isn’t every good taco?