First stop during our day trip was to get our Mexican eats in. We decided to try Netos Market & Bakery, which is part restaurant, bakery and grocery store.
You can smell the fresh pastries being made when you first walk in.
Ridiculous hours. Open 6:00am to 10:30pm daily.
We dropped in on a Saturday (around 11:15am). There were quite a few people, including several Mexican customers, always a good sign in my books. 6 small booths inside along with an outdoor patio area. Service is friendly and water self serve.
The menu is up behind the counter along with a today’s special board.
They also have a display case full of Mexican pastries.
Closeup of their prices.
The grocery area had sauces, spices (big selection of dried chilies), tortillas, snacks, etc.
The sauces on the table (green and red) were both excellent.
The red had a touch of acidity and a bit of fire to it.
This was quite satisfying; the jalapeño peppers had a good heat level and plenty of cheese (stuffed inside and over top).
Beans were a tiny bit salty if eaten on its own but were better when combined with the tortillas.
The adobada and chorizo were solid.
The asada was our least favourite as it was slightly dry.
Lengua was excellent.
They give you a ton of meat. Interestingly, it was stewed, resulting in a very tender bite.
Will be back to try their huarache!
Netos Market & Bakery
2612 W Maplewood Ave