Charbroiled meats and fresh salsas add authentic spice to this Mexicali fast-food chain.. In Short High tables and a busy open kitchen welcome diners into the spacious, brightly lit black-and-white interior. Just minutes after cashiers take customer orders, fresh-made tacos, burritos and enchiladas (stuffed with steak, chicken or seafood) arrive on the nearby counter. The menu also offers several plates of greens, from typical taco salad to fancier bowls with shrimp or mahi mahi. A stainless-steel bar offers several salsas, plus jalapenos, limes and cilantro for seasoning.
Not the best, but if you have a taco craving, it's decent.
Okay, I know you're better off getting an authentic taco from one of the many trucks around LA. However, sometimes you have a BAD TACO CRAVING, and you're not in an area with the trucks so...
Baja is okay when there's not a more "authentic" alternative around.
My favorie is their fried fish taco. The carnitas is okay too. I like the fact that you can help yourself to as much salsa and sauces as you want, though I usually skip the nachos altogether.