Solstice Tacos - miso, sunflower seeds & cheddar cheese toasted on a corn tortilla topped with shredded carrots, green bell peppers, tomatoes, leafy greens and cilantro lime dressing—7.00
Yep. That's exactly what they were. Everything was fresh and delicious. The salsa was remarkable - hot and garlic-y (like me!). Of course I skipped the cheese, but the miso and sunflower seeds made the tacos slightly more substantial than a salad. It wouldn't be a bad idea to add some baked tofu or something.
The Solstice Cafe is pretty charming, in a new-age hippie sort of way. However, the service was slow. Like really slow. My husband and I were the only customers and it took about ten minutes to get my coffee between two workers. Our tacos didn't come for another (what seemed like) 20 minutes. I'm trying hard not to exaggerate, so understand that I didn't time any of this; it just seemed like forever and ever. Also, my coffee wasn't refilled. If I was at the Vertical Diner, my coffee would have been filled at least three times.
I'd rather spend the $7.00 on groceries and make the tacos myself. Is my food blog making me jaded? At one point I would have been so happy with the Solstice Tacos, but now I think the name is dumb and I could make them tastier for less money at home.