Atotonilco is a good place to go for a bite to eat in or out at an affordable price. Service is friendly and quick. The menu consists of tacos and tortas. The family-owned business has been operated by the Munoz family for more than 25 years. Customers can watch as cooks make their meals, which involve a variety of meat choices: chorizo (Mexican sausage), carne al pastor (Mexican gyro meat), birria (goat meat), lengua (beef tongue), carne asada (charcoal steak), milaneza (breaded steak) or just plain ham. When you can't decide, the Munoz family recommends tasting the house specialty: Tacos Atotonilco -- charcoal steak tacos topped with tomato, onions and sour cream. In addition to the Mexican food, fresh fruit milkshakes, freshly squeezed orange juice and carrot juice or fresh rice water are available. A jukebox plays the latest Spanish-language hits.