I call it like I see it. And as I see it, this place rocks for breakfast tacos. You don't really even notice the restaurant at first, second or even third passing because it has a sort of a mechanic shop's looking front, and parking is horrible, however, there always seems to be at least one parking spot for us. Even if you have to park up the street a bit. Anyway, the potato and egg breakfast tacos ROCK!!!! Just like grandmas, the tortillas are definitely not homemade, but that would push my rating up to 5 stars if they were. I love their ranchero sauce (tomatoes, onions, green chilis...mmm mmm). Now their salsa that they serve with corn tortilla chips could use some improvement, but really it's the tacos that are most important during your first meal of the day. I've had the migas which are VERY good but could always use a little more on the plate. I have not had the enchiladas for lunch, but I am very eager to try them because breakfast is so good. Vasquez' refried beans are about the best I've had in Austin! Chuy's could use some help from these folks in their refried beans dept. Love ya, Chuys. The interior of Vasquez is minimal. Just some tables and chairs (a few small booths) in a small room, however, the caricatures drawn on their windows always appear to have a lot of work put into them and make me smile. Including the ""angry burro"". Try Vasquez, I believe there is one opening up in the Lake Creek area near the Drafthouse. Those digs may be a little more modern and cozy. My first food review ever, and what a blast it was! Cheers!
Pros: Breakfast tacos, refried beans, ranchero sauce
Cons: Salsa (yes, there's a difference), parking, ambience