Quesadilla Deals in Indianapolis
MEXI FIXSandwich for lunch? Nah, too boring. Mexican? No, too messy. Combine the best of both worlds at Tortas Guicho Dominguez y El Cubanito! Right now just $17 gets you a punchcard redeemable for four made-to-order, grilled-to-perfection Mexican sandwiches, a $34.84 value. The restaurant name alone is a mouthful, so save room for these delicioso treats typically only found in the streets of Mexico City. Come see what everyone's talking about!OLE!Some restaurants claim authenticity, but Tortas is the real deal! Located just minutes from downtown, Tortas recreates the fiesta fare their chefs loved while growing up. Try the smash hit sammy, the Shakira—breaded steak, spicy chorizo and creamy mozzarella topped with tomato, jalapeno and avocado and sandwiched inside a fresh baked roll. Don't forget your side of Laura's fiery salsa! Tortas also serves up hearty brunch specials. You can't beat the cheesy Mexican omelet smothered in pico de gallo beside a stack of hot corn tortillas. Yum! Open Monday through through Saturday 10am to 8pm. During the Cultural Trail construction, parking is available at the old BMV building's south parking lot at 531 Virginia Ave.REVIEWSJon on YelpAhhhh a Specials board now! Good deal! The Eva Mendez was irresistible. Note, not Eva Mendez... because she's totes resistible. (I'm not really into the whole female Gremlin look). What I am into: a chorizo and pineapple quesadilla. Add jamon. It's more I've-uh Me-needz this quesadilla! Man, this place can't be passed up. On the corner & markedly accessible! Price wise... even more accessible! Tortas are $4.50! Oh. Whoa. There's a chicken breast option. That's amazing! Sorry to be all glee-ful & naive sounding... yet... fresh grilled chicken breast is a huge difference than chorizo, jamon, steak, deep fried pork. It's just nice to switch it up. Then, the first two times I was here I was so captivated by the celebrated-driven pre-designed tortas, I didn't even see the make your "choose two meats" option. Chicken. Chorizo. Man. The necessary triumvirate for post-dinner vitriol! Recommended drinks: sangria or cane sugared coca-cola! Or, well, jarritos! This takes me back to the San Fernando Valley & Mexico City & well, that's pretty difficult to do here.