Enjoying the Brief Hours of Sunlight at Pink Taco

Century City Travel Blog

 › entry 1 of 1 › view all entries
The storefrong and one of our heat lamps (yes, we had two...)

Before going to Pink Taco, I only knew 2 things about it:  it was owned by Harry Morton who dated Lindsay Lohan for a half second, and the name allegedly refers to female genitalia.  Neither were particularly compelling to make me want to go.  But today, in search of a place to enjoy the few hours of sun before the storm swept into SoCal, my friends and I decided to give it a try because the patio area looked so inviting.  And, indeed, the sunshine, heat lamps, fun music and great service all contributed in making it a wonderful afternoon.   (I do have to note that only in CA do we require heat lamps during a sunny day… but admittedly, I really really enjoyed sitting next to one.)


Unfortunately neither the food nor the drinks were very good.  In fact, they were both rather mediocre.   More specifically we had the following:


-         complimentary chips and salsa ��" pretty average

-         pink taco margaritas ��" a bit sweet, really more like lemonade and vodka

-         pork tacos ��" pork was tender but lacked flavor, the tortillas, rice, beans were all pretty medicore

-         fish tacos ��" not good at all - over-battered and over-fried pieces of fish

-         rico sauve margaritas ��" a little better than the pink taco margarita; tasted pineappley


However, this is one of those places where the lack of good food is compensated by the casual ambience, the friendly and attentive service, and the convenient location ��" in the Century City (Westfields) mall, near the food court.

What a nice day - amazing that in a few hours' time, the sky became stormy and dark.
   The eclectic and interesting mix of music also enhanced the experience.


So my final word is to come for drinks and enjoy the ambience and surprisingly interesting music, but don’t eat unless you are really really starving.
martinikitty13 says:
yes, i'm a big wimp! :) i get cold if it's 72 degrees out.
Posted on: Jan 28, 2008
glennisnz says:
I am amazed you need an outdoor heater! And amazed the food could be so bad. No worries I am not too likely to ever get there!
Posted on: Jan 28, 2008
sybil says:
oooh... that is a beautiful picture of the blue sky. :D
Posted on: Jan 27, 2008
Join TravBuddy to leave comments, meet new friends and share travel tips!
The storefrong and one of our heat…
The storefrong and one of our hea…
What a nice day - amazing that in …
What a nice day - amazing that in…
A painting of a famous singer (acc…
A painting of a famous singer (ac…
Complimentary chips and salsa.
Complimentary chips and salsa.
My pork tacos - unfortunately they…
My pork tacos - unfortunately the…
Happy smiles all around!
Happy smiles all around!
Double-fisting - but frou frou dri…
Double-fisting - but frou frou dr…
Century City
photo by: martinikitty13