Taqueria El Cabrito


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1100 S 11th St, Milwaukee, WI 53204, United States
1100-1104 South 11th Street Milwaukee Wisconsin 53204 US

El Cabrito – whose name translates to “little goat” – is marinated and slow-roasted (leg, sometimes), which lends a succulent texture and flavor similar to lamb. Keen palates will detect cinnamon, cumin, even lemon peel. Like other meats, it needs only cilantro and onion on top, but don’t be shy with the chunky red salsa! And corn tortillas are best.

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