Tu y Yo

Row 1

Details
858 Broadway (College Ave.)
Somerville, MA 02144
(617) 623-5411
Mexican, Breakfast
$ $
Hours
Mon–Thu: 5:00 PM–10:00 PM Fri: 4:00 PM–10:00 PM Sat–Sun: 10:00 AM–11:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • The longaniza sausage appetizer is AMAZING! It's basically a mini longaniza taco bar and it's a divine experience.
  • if you've never heard of the dish, then definitely order it. everything is a delicious surprise at this place.
  • Honeymoon dinner w/ my college roomie and our Misters! Holy Mole de Oaxaca, batman!
  • The Chile Relleno en Nogada is a revelation. Also the shrimp Relleno with goat cheese. Really, you can't go wrong here. Amazing upscale Mexican cuisine.
  • The kind of restaurant that used to warn patrons it didn't have burritos. One of the few local spots for grasshopper tacos, serving micheladas before they were cool (for gringos). [Eater 38 Member]
  • The coconut tamale on the vegetarian tamale app is the best of the best!
  • The recipes are over 100 years old. Try the deep fried grasshopper-stuffed Tacos de Chapulines, or the Indio Vestido, cheese-stuffed cactus paddles in a pasilla and tomatillo sauce.
  • Best mole sauce around. Very authentic recipes - the best.
  • Sheraton couldbt tell me what they tasted like. Im going
  • They have grasshopper tacos here! Funny thing is the waitress couldnt
  • Do yourself a favor whatever you order get a side of Longaniza. It's the most delicious thing that I have ever eaten. Comes with tortillas and sauces and cilantro. Make your own tacos. Yum!!
  • Fried Plantains are amazing. Eat them! Lots of them!
  • Most authentic Mexican food in the Boston area. Ignore the low 4sq rating, it's great comfort food and healthy! Dishes you wouldn't find at most restaurants.
  • The cheese empanadas were a great start to the meal.
  • The best authentic Mexican food I've had in Boston. When we think Mexican, we usually just think tacos and burritos but this place is overflowing with flavor, history, and care. Get the tamales!
  • If you're a fan of Huevos Rancheros, try their Huevos Divorciados instead - it's fantastic! (I'm sure the Rancheros is great too though.)
  • Wholesome and proudly authentic. Vegetarians will love the tender cactus in the Indio Vestido and Pipian Paskal. Make sure to get the Mexican spiced coffee or hot chocolate! Brunch is also delicious
  • Authentic Mexican food (not to be confused with Tex-Mex). The plantain empanadas are a great starter, and anything with cactus in it is a rare treat for New England.
  • Hidden gem for sure! Many very traditional Mexican dishes as well as some more recognizable ones.
  • Intriguing menu with delicious and unexpected flavors. For dessert, get the avocado cheesecake!