Harry's Taco

A theme within a theme

The chicken and cheese enchiladas were pretty bland, and came at first with only a drizzling of sour cream, until we pointed out to the waitress that the menu promised either a tomatillo or roasted tomato sauce. The latter was brought, but the mediocrity of the plate was not altered much. The signature pink tacos were fairly scarfalicious: grilled chicken with beans, avocado, salsa and pickled reddish onions on top — the "pink" part. If only everything on the bill had been this satisfying. The chile relleno, for instance, was mucked up by all these goopy black beans inside the crust, and the flavorlessness of the chile itself.

Think pink: The lovely ladies of Harry Morton's Pink Taco flex their guns before  a mural featuring the masked Mexican wrestling legend, El Santo.
Jackie Mercandetti
Think pink: The lovely ladies of Harry Morton's Pink Taco flex their guns before a mural featuring the masked Mexican wrestling legend, El Santo.

Location Info

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Pink Taco Restaurant

7135 E. Camelback Road
Scottsdale, AZ 85251

Category: Restaurant > American

Region: Central Scottsdale

Details

Appetizer platter: $12.95

Pink tacos: $8.95

Chile relleno: $10.25

Chicken enchiladas: $10.95

480-675-7777, »web link.
Hours: 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m., Sunday through Thursday; 11:30 a.m. to midnight, Friday and Saturday. Bar open two hours later than the kitchen each night.

7135 East Camelback Road, Scottsdale

I mostly approved of all the desserts I tried, from the fried ice cream to the tres leches cake served in a martini glass. Only out-and-out flop for me was the flan, which was all egginess, and very little caramel. Generally, the Pink Taco tastes like success. Even if it is a little Harry.

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