At El Sol Y La Luna in downtown Austin's Historic 6th Street district you can enjoy traditional and contemporary Mexican cuisine, in a laid-back family friendly environment. The menu includes a variety of choices ranging from enchiladas to salads, and dishes inspired from Central America flavors to Tex-Mex. At El Sol Y La Luna you can have a wonderful time with friends and family over great food.
A Sample of the Menu at El Sol Y La Luna Austin
Fajita Plate - 10
Grilled chicken or beef fajita strips, served with rice, beans, and pico de gallo
Flautas De Pollo - 8
Three chicken flautas topped with jack cheese, sour cream, guacamole and pico de gallo, served with rice and beans
Salmon Taco Plate - 9
Two corn tacos with smoked salmon and cabbage, served with rice
Enchiladas De Mole - 9
Choice of chicken, beef, cheese, or spinach and mushroom. With homemade chocolate based mole sauce, topped with cheese.
Chalupas De La Luna - 7
Black beans topped with lettuce, tomato and jack cheese over two crispy corn tortillas
Oaxacan Tamal Plate - 10
Pork or chicken stuffed tamal wrapped in a banana leaf, served with rice and beans
Camarones A La Diabla - 10
Large shrimp in a very spicy mix of chiles, bell pepper, onion, tomato, bacon, and sliced avocado, served with rice
Grilled Catfish Enchiladas - 10
Grilled catfish with a creamy chipotle sauce, sprinkled with jack cheese
Plato Cubano (When Available) - 9
Black beans, rice, plantains with sour cream on the side, lettuce and tomato
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