208 E 8th St, Los Angeles, CA 90014, USA
Comically small, and committed to its specificity. Small handmade Sonoran tortillas filled with steak, chicken, etc. You know when they've opened because the strange neighborhood between Santee Court, the Fashion Disctrict, and the Flower Market fills with the smell of grilled and smoked asada and more.
The salsas are spicy fresh and salty. The Agua Frescas are what they need to be. The radishes could be fresher, but that's not what your hear for. The music is Mexican, and very loud, the ordering is chaotic. The chivichangas are overwhelmingly satisfying, as are the quesadillas.
Extremely popular at lunch, so avoid that line, and go for a mid afternoon snack, or even for dinner.