The following information was recently updated on May 9, 2022
Gordos Tacos and Beer is a Mexican restaurant in Murray, Utah. The restaurant formerly opened in May 2022 moving into the space once home to the Mediterranean restaurant Cous Cous.
Gordos food menu
The following Gordos Tacos and Beer menu are dated May 2022 and are from photos posted by diners over on Google:
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Tacos – Carne Asada
Tacos – Carnitas
Tacos – Chicken
Birria Tacos – Soft
Birria Tacos – Crispy
Birria Tacos – Crispy with Cheese
Quesadillas – Cheese
Quesadillas – Choice of Meat
Gordos drinks menu
Beer – Domestic
Beer – Imported
Reviews of this restaurant
Very good, Welcome to neighborhood
Rated 5 out of 5
August 23, 2022
Place was nice and clean. Crispy birra with cheese and carnita taco were great
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