El Camino Real
Many of Philadelphia’s Latino restaurants specialize in a certain country’s cuisine, such as Mexican, Venezuelan or Peruvian. At El Camino Real, the focus is instead on the intersection of where two countries meet. More specifically, they center their menu on the Mexican-American border region of El Paso and Ciudad Juarez. El Camino Real’s menu is divided into two halves. One side is dedicated to Texas BBQ classics, such as Brisket, Ribs and Texas Brats. The other is authentic Mexican and Tex Mex choices, like tacos, burritos and quesadillas.