The comida corrida, lunch on the run loncheria list needs updating. Please post your rec.s in this thread.
For those of you not familiar with the term, the comida corrida.is a set plate lunch typically served from around noon until 4 PM or whenever they run out with Mexicans typically eating at 3 PM. For a fixed price of 60-70 pesos you get aqua fresca, a refreshing fruit water drink and a choice of several plate lunches that will typically have rice and steamed vegetables on the side and tortillas. Often a sopa/soup is also offered. The entree choices vary each day of the week as they are prepared that morning and will often be listed on a chalkboard. English is seldom spoken.
So here's a couple of my fav.s and let's have some more suggestions -- this is for daytime lunch now -- not evening taquerias.
Flamitas -- Avenida 25 Sur between Calle 3 and Morelos. Not to be confused with closeby Las Palmas just north on the same street.
Tonitas -- Salas between 10 and 15. I haven't eaten here in years but it used to be very good and its very clean.
La Choza -- Avenida 10 between Calle 3 and Salas -- trick here is you must ask for the comida corrida in Spanish and they will rattle off what they have back at you in fast Spanish so if you're not up to that, you won't get the comida corrida here probably. They will steer you to the English menu priced for tourists.
There are a ton more. Suggestions please particularly from locals. Let's help our visitors get a good meal and promote local businesses at the same time!