If you're hungry, order something in addition to the tacos. The pastor (slow-roasted pork) shines over the shredded chicken with salsa verde. But even after two tacos, I was stealing bites of enchilada from my lunch companion.
The daily special alone is often worth the visit to Oak. On Wednesday, the Latin Bistro was serving three albondigas (meatballs) over rice with a drink for $4.95.
Even with fountain drinks, lunch was $12 for two people. The price is right. The portions are reasonable, and Latin Bistro's dishes are good additions to the downtown lunch sphere, which is surprisingly bereft of burrito and taco options.