You always want to root for the little guy, the indie market that'll beat the competition–but sometimes, the little guy doesn't win. Sometimes, the little guy is just pedestrian, not memorable–not terrible, but just unspectacular. Hence, the little guy station in life.
That's what you'll get with La Ranchera's tortillas.
They're not terrible–they heat well, they fold well, they function. But when the best thing you can say about a tortilla is that it's a tortilla, then there's a problem. There's no lingering nixtamal flavor, the tortilla is a bit thin, and there's certainly nothing that will motivate you to drive all the way to La Habra just to buy them. You're not a fool to buy them, but you're better off buying from another tortilleria. If you're in La Habra, you're better off buying them from Northgate González Markets, which has a location in that city.
Imagine that–me picking a chain over the indie guy. Since when did I turn all Reason?
La Ranchera Tortilleria, 911 E. La Habra Blvd., La Habra, (562) 691-7633.