In 2001 El Huarache Azteca opened its location at 3842 International Blvd. Beautiful murals are painted on the walls of the restaurant that take the customers back in time to the Aztec years. They proudly serve Mexican Food from Mexico City, and offer Bay Area residents a unique opportunity to enjoy traditional delicacies. They are among the first pioneers to serve homemade red and green moles, huitlacoche (Black Corn Mushroom), Flor de Calbaza (Squash Flower), Huaraches (Corn based dish), Chiles En Nogada, Cochinita Pibil, and Barbacoa (Smoked Lamb).
This restaurant is a family owned establishment and Eva Saavedra, the mastermind behind the kitchen, received an award from Women's Initiative in 2007 for her success as an entrepreneur. They have been in numerous newspapers such as the New York Times, East Bay Express, Oakland Tribune, and the SF Chronicle. The goal is to continue serving great quality food to our customers.
El Huarache Azteca