On virtually any street corner in Mexico you can find people gathering amongst the aromas of fresh tortillas, wood smoke, roasted vegetables, toasted chili and grilled meats. The crowds are brought together by the work of a small group of family members who sell traditional street food from a tiny cantina, a mobile food cart, or a makeshift street stall. Although the menus they offer are small and the preparations simple, the flavours are unforgettable. Everything is fresh and the food is eaten from a couple of napkins. The goal is to stay true to a style that has existed for generations. My brother and I opened Chingón as a celebration of the flavours, music and décor that we grew up with. We invite you to explore the venue, talk to the chefs and ask any questions you may have. We view Chingón as a continuation of our home and thank you for visiting us.
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