Tamales Good Enough for Christmas but Perfect Year-Round
Here's what NY Eater had to say about our tamales:
"Street vendors with steaming, stainless steel carts of tamales are commonplace in neighborhoods like Bushwick and Sunset Park, but virtually nonexistent in Clinton Hill. Ojalá, which opened its doors on Fulton Street last September, is the best the neighborhood has for now. In addition to tacos and tortas, the restaurant sells banana leaf-wrapped Oaxaqueños in three varieties: chicken mole poblano, salsa verde, and beef enchilada ($4 each)."
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