I wonder if it's the cheap and tasty food-court Mexican food or the charasmatic owner that brings people to Taco Luis. On my lunches, I sometimes go by Lansdowne food court and I always see a line up in front of Taco Luis. It never fails though, that this place is always busy. Even during Nibbles and Bites (food festival at Thompson Community Centre), Taco Luis drew a crowd.
Ah, memories of my childhood came rushing back. My parents occasionally took us to Lansdowne and it was always a treat to get a crispy beef burrito from Taco Don (not even sure if that chain is around anymore). The recipe is a bit different (they've got a bit of cheese in the ground beef and they cap each burrito end with a Mexi-fry), but when you only dish out 3 bucks for two beef burritos, who really cares?