Taco Del Sol is now serving an updated variety of quick service Mexican dishes for lunch and dinner. The restaurant’s new menu includes tacos and burritos with meat and seafood fillings together with vegetarian options.
More details can be found at https://www.tacodelsolhelenamt.com/
Following the update, customers can choose to dine in amidst the eatery’s vibrant atmosphere and colorful decor or order their food to take out from Monday to Saturday between 11.00 a.m. and 8.00 p.m.
Taco Del Sol’s signature dish is the fish taco. Made with baked Alaskan cod, shredded cabbage, cheese, salsa fresca, and white sauce, it is a consistent favorite amongst locals.
Other fillings on the menu include chicken, beef, shrimp, shredded pork, or carne asada – grilled meat that is traditionally marinated and seared to impart a charred flavor.
For meat-free cuisine, customers can opt for Taco Del Sol’s Bean and Cheese Burrito with a choice of black, pinto, or refried beans. Another option is the Veggie Taco with beans, cheese, lettuce, and salsa fresca. A variety of corn, soft flour, whole wheat, and gluten-free tacos and tortillas are available.
Alongside the main dishes, the restaurant offers taco salad, nachos, and sides such as rice and beans, and chips and guacamole. The beverage menu features local MT brews, a selection of red and white wine, and sangria.
Taco Del Sol first opened in downtown Helena in 2004 and is now based in the historic Placer Hotel. The restaurant supports a number of local organizations including The Friendship Center and The Humane Society.
A satisfied customer said: “For me, it’s the total experience that I cherish. This is a sweet spot right in the middle of Helena’s historic Last Chance Gulch. The tacos are good and fresh with lots of variety to choose from, and the staff are very cheery. A fine memory for travelers passing through Montana’s capital city.”
Interested parties can find more information at https://www.tacodelsolhelenamt.com/
Taco Del Sol
21 N Last Chance Gulch #103,
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