Canton Regio is a Mexican restaurant in Pilsen. This place looks like a cross between a rustic Southwestern barn and an old church - all brick and wood, with incredibly high vaulted ceilings and things like saddles and wagon wheels on the wall. The service is really friendly, and the menu focuses on grilled meat, which means you can share things like incredibly tender steaks, brochetas with shrimp or chicken served dangling from medieval-looking hooks, and fajitas. Everything is well-seasoned and perfectly cooked, and this place also makes its own flour tortillas - which are so good we’d consider coming here just to eat those.
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