You’ve been training for this your whole life…Here’s Z’Moment to prove you can do it.
On Cinco De Mayo, Z’Tejas is offering guests a chance to take on the hottest (literally) sporting event ever. This event is so hot it was rejected unanimously be part of the Summer Olympics. We call it the Habanero Inferno Taco Challenge. The rules are simple.
1 of 4 Leo’s Street Tacos will feature a habanero sauce specially-made by Executive Chef Leo Madrigal (insert evil laughter here)
If you can finish all 4 tacos, you receive $5 off and pay only $7 for the fiery taco plate (and bragging rights!). If all four tacos are NOT finished, you pay the full price of $12.
Washing down the spicy taco with margaritas is permitted.
Accept the challenge at your own risk
Plus $5 Dulce Vida margaritas and $3 Corona beers all day long.
The question is are you brave enough to take on the Habanero Inferno Taco Challenge at Z’Tejas. If you do be sure to tag us on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.
Why do people love Mexican food so much? Whether you’re deep in the heart of Mexico, vacationing at a coastal resort, or right here in Arizona, it’s become the comfort food of the Americas.
Everyone has their own definition of comfort food. For some it might be momma’s meatloaf. For other’s it’s a burger and fries. But if you’ve got the taste for unique Mexican food, then that’s where your comfort lies. At ZTejas Mexican restaurants in Phoenix, we certainly delivery on everyone’s favorites: tableside guacamole, Baja fish tacos, smoked chicken enchiladas, or chicken, beef and shrimp fajitas. Those are Mexican staples that just about everyone loves.
The interesting thing we’ve done at ZTejas restaurants is to put a new spin on these beloved dishes, or to take that Mexican flavor and add it to something you might not think you’d find at Mexican restaurants in Phoenix.
Take the Crispy Salmon entrée from our dinner menu. You are used to seeing salmon at a restaurant featuring American fare or seafood. What we’ve done at ZTejas is to make it our own, adding crab, tomato, avocado salad and a roasted tomatillo sauce to bring that Mexican flavor to a non-traditional Mexican dinner.
Here’s another favorite – the Chorizo-stuffed pork tenderloin. You’ve probably had chorizo in a breakfast taco or maybe an enchilada. But have you had it stuffed in a pork tenderloin, with poblano peppers, jack cheese, roasted garlic sauce and sour cream? Only if you’ve been to Z’ Tejas Southwestern Grill.
For a vegetarian dish that even the carnivores among us will die for, try the Wild Mushroom Enchiladas. It is Mexican comfort food (enchiladas), but with roasted crimini and Portobello mushrooms, avocado mango relish, ancho-mole cream sauce, sour cream and jack cheese. These enchiladas are incredible, and like nothing you’ve ever had in Mexican restaurants in Phoenix.