So, Mr. Bean and I were out and about doing errands and decided to try and find this place. We found one quinceanera shop on Main that had potential, Celebrations Boutique, diagonally across the street from the former Salvation Army store. We were driving too fast to stop so had to turn around and came back to it.
We couldn't see signs about food so decided to go in and ask. The woman there had no idea what I was talking about. So we crossed back to the car and realized we were parked in front a panaderia (bakery) that had comida rapida (fast food). So we stopped in.
This place may not have been what we were looking for but it didn't matter. It was very good, with a nice menu that includes 15 types of tacos, tortas, entrees, and specialties among other things. Since it was early afternoon and we'd already had lunch we weren't very hungry and decided on a Taco de Carne Asada, Taco Al Pasor and what they called an Empanada Mollejo and described as chicken.
The tacos were very good, definitely served on handmade corn tortillas. The empanada was more of a large corn tortilla folded and filled with a tomatoey stew of chicken gizzards with epazote. I'd never knowingly had epazote before and I couldn't decide if I liked its resiny flavor. I adore gizzards and these were cooked perfectly.
We will definitely be back to try more of the menu. It's the kind of place to want to go to with friends so you can order a lot of food and try everything (Hint, Hint)
La Sierra El Comedor
813 Main Street'Asbury Park
No website that I could find