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But The Delta manages to set itself apart by serving Mississippi Delta tamales, a distinct style that, if it weren't completely obvious by now, originated in the Mississippi Delta (basically, the northwest part of that state).
While I'd never trade these for one of the gorgeously fragrant tamales served at places like Bombon Cafe (138 S.The fries, seasoned with togarashi and sprinkled with cotija cheese, are sturdy and crisp.On the sweet side, the cocoa taco () is a cute waffle-cone-like crisp shaped into a taco and filled with chocolate ice cream and brownie cubes, among other sweet things, but what wowed me were the three churros (), doughnutlike circles dusted in cinnamon sugar.(I wanted more of that octopus.) I chose the smoky skirt steak — delicious with a dollop of melted cheese and an onion relish wrapped in a sturdy blue corn tortilla.But the price seemed steep for what essentially was a small plate. It was a generous sandwich, the grilled chicken topped with, among other things, pickled red onion, orange and avocado crema on a crusty roll.The octopus, he says, is getting a lot of attention from diners.I can see why — it’s a handsome dish with meaty cylinders of grilled octopus paired with crisped pieces of potato in a garlicky mayo.Ashland Ave.), they are a fascinating addition to the scene.They make for a fine snack on their own, but where things really get interesting is when you get the tamales loaded.Perhaps the restaurant’s greatest achievement is the space it has created.What could have been a large, cavernous room, has been pared down into something cozy by a riot of patterns, seemingly invited in from all corners of the globe: zigzagging tile, elaborate carved wood, sparkling chandeliers, lush plants, flickering candles, Oriental rugs — all presided over by an open kitchen, glowing like a warm beacon from the back of the room.