Ricas Tortas Ahogadas

Fourth and Mortimer sts.
Santa Ana, CA 92701
951-674-9000

Details

  • $
  • No Parking
  • Reservations Accepted, Reservations Not Necessary
Take a clue from the lonchera's name and order a torta ahogada, a specialty of Guadalajara. Visualize a giant French-excuse me, freedom-roll crammed with meat, avocado and slices of onions so thick you could hit a baseball with them. Imagine said torta drowned (ahogada means "drowned") in salsa. Yep, that's what they specialize in here.

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