295 Berry St, Williamsburg
La Superior is a great taco joint because it is in Williamsburg, but is not too hipster, is pretty inexpensive, and serves the food you really want to eat. This is not the most authentic, but is one of the most delicious Mexican joints I have found. We enjoyed very good fresh guacamole with homemade chips ($5) and excellent ezquites, corn kernels with fresh cheese, lime and Mexican mayo ($4) to start. Spud loved her Torta de Conchinita, a sourdough baguette with refried black beans, pulled pork, avocado, pickled onions, and habanero pico de gallo ($8). I had a few tacos ($2.50), which were small, but had great flavors. The decent veggie option has roasted poblano peppers and sauteed mushrooms, and the non-fried fish was still crispy and great. It doesn’t look like much from the outside, but La Superior is packed with style and flavor. If it was in my hood, Spud and I would be regulars.