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Food. It's likely one of the main reasons you come and visit this blog. A place where you look to find opinions on different restaurants and businesses around town. Or a place you visit out of pure boredom since nothing interesting is going on in this world.

If it's for former, you've come to read the right Q&A. There are three guys in Wichita who are also food bloggers. The restaurants they visit are more focused on one type of food genre: tacos. It's highly likely there are more restaurants serving tacos than any other genre. I had the pleasure to interview the gentlemen who have been cranking out taco review after taco review.

They are Shon Chapman, Chris Kurth and Travis Hettenbach. They are the men who started Wichita Taco Tour at the beginning of 2017, a blog dedicated to visiting every taco establishment in town.

I'd like to welcome our latest guests to the Wichita By E.B. Q&A Series!


(from l to r) Travis Hettenbach, Chris Kurth, Shon Chapman
Eddy: Welcome guys. Would you like to briefly tell us all a little about yourself? How did you all meet?

Travis Hettenbach: I was born and raised in Wichita. Graduated from Friends University and worked at Koch for about 14 years. Then went into business for myself and haven't looked back. I grew up in my parent's shop (Kay's This N' That) and I'm currently involved in their business on the social media, marketing, advertising, and whatever else I can do on the day-to-day operations as well. And in the meantime, I'm also running my real estate investment business and online sales and anything else I can get myself involved in.

Shon Chapman: I'm a taco eating, K-State loving, insurance agent with a wife and three kids who love ME but hate my sense of humor.

Travis: Shon is an insurance guy (don't hold it against him - generally he's a pretty good dude). Shon and I are close in age and figured out we have similar taste in music and similar kids ages, etc. Chris and I met when I was in the LED lighting business and involved in the Wichita Chamber of Commerce. We were in the same leads group together and he is a car guy too - so we quickly hit it off. Even though he's a young turd, we found our taste in cool cars was similar. Since then we've all gotten to be fairly close and have a great friendship with plenty of ridicule and harassing. We've even ventured to Vegas together for a guys trip with another mutual friend.

Shon: I met Thing 1 (Chris) through some professional networking and a mutual friend. This same mutual friend introduced me to Thing 2 (Travis) about 3 years ago. We realized we all really enjoyed harassing another buddy David and a friendship was born.

Chris Kurth: I met Shon when he was my parents insurance agent. We did some business together  and just became great friends. Travis and I met at a Chamber of Commerce leads group. We discovered that we knew quite a few of the same people now he won't leave me alone. These two old men needed someone young around to keep them on their toes and provide entertainment, that's where I come in. When I am not eating tacos, I spend my day at Scholfield Honda, assisting clients with new and pre-owned vehicles. Either that or I am at home with my wife and 2 little girls.

Eddy: So out of this friendship grew the Wichita Taco Tour. Be honest with me, who came up with the idea?

Shon: Who doesn't like a good taco?!?! We started going to Joe's in Old Town for their cheap Taco Tuesday special. One time over tacos Chris says "Hey, we should eat at every taco place in town." Boom. Wichita Taco Tour.

Chris: I don't want to take all of the credit but I am 98% sure this was my idea. If I recall correctly, Shon and I were at Los Pinos on W Douglas and I tossed the idea out. Apparently we ran with it!

Travis: I think this was born out us trying to get together about once a week for lunch together - just to catch up and see what was going on in each other's lives. It seems like it originated over a plate of Tuesday Tacos at Joe's Oldtown Bar & Grill. I'm thinking maybe Chris brought up the idea first and I suggested that if we're going to do it, we need a blog/Facebook page to chronicle our adventure. Shon likes to eat, so we didn't have to convince him of much either. Ultimately we all thought it was a brilliant idea and decided to run with it. I think it took a few "we ought to" lunches before we decided to officially kick if off at the start of the 2017.

Eddy: You guys may want to settle this origination debates over some tacos in the near future. On this Wichita Taco Tour which can be found at, do you have a review system?

Chris: I rate them quite simply. I want them to be delicious, full of meat and good service.

Eddy: That's fair enough and straight to the point. How many places have you reviewed thus far? Any idea of how many more you have planned?

Shon: So far we've hit 26 places, with #27 coming up this week. We started out by saying we were going to hit 52 places in 1 year. But now I'm thinking we're just gonna keep going till we hit them all.

Travis: The list started by just jotting down as many places as we could think of at first. We definitely Googled a few places too - "best tacos in Wichita". We had been to a number of places but we didn't realize how many places you can get tacos in Wichita. Since we all suck at planning, basically we "discuss" a few days in advance what the plan is for that week - but ultimately our list is on our blog and I am responsible for keeping it up to date. We get recommendations from friends and from comments on the Facebook page from our followers - as well as other review sites and just random "hey I drove by this place, we should check it out". The official list on the blog is not in any particular order - other than the places we've already visited are crossed out and in the order we went.

Eddy: If you're going to do something, you might as well go big and all the way. I probably won't stop until I've tried every restaurant at least once in Wichita.

So you have your restaurants and your system down. Like any food review, it really comes down to personal preference. How do you guys describe your perfect taco? What's your meat of choice?

Chris: Taco meats vary drastically by place. For example, carnitas is not my favorite meat in a taco yet my favorite taco so far is the carnitas taco from Pollo Express.

Travis: This is definitely evolving - having grown up in West Wichita, I went to Taco Tico a lot when I was little and Chicos. I was a meat-only kind of kid. Taco Shop became a staple when I got a little older and if I'm being honest, I didn't frequent the traditional places very often (mostly tex-mex). However, as I've branched out during this tour, I'm really enjoying the carnitas and al-pastor tacos and a really flavorful chicken tacos. I think my fave is probably carnitas - so I'm going with pork for my favorite meat.

Shon: Perfect taco....hmmmm.....steak. I like a little extra kick in my seasoning. Lime, cilantro. That's all it takes if it's done right. Needs to stay together in the shell and priced somewhere close to free.

Eddy: Any favorite restaurants so far in your travels?

Travis: Hands down, it's Pollo Express. This one was a recommendation from a high school friend of mine. I hadn't been there before and he commented on our Facebook list that it was one of his regular stops. Oddly, when we were headed there, I just had this really good feeling about it. Seriously, best #&!^! tacos in Wichita (and maybe the world). CARNITAS! The family that runs this is humble and very nice - we've spoken to them both on several occasions and it's a pleasure to give them our business. Once we discovered it, I think all three of us have been back at least 5-6 times or more (and it was only a few weeks ago we discovered them). They also have great salsa (buy some to take home). Their food is CONSISTENTLY good too - like every time we go, it's the same! I'm not a guy who's quick to call someone "the best" either. Like I have very few lists in my life that I can tell you who/what holds the #1 spot on - this is an exception.

Chris: So far, my favorite taco selling establishments in this city are Pollo Express, Molinos and Uno Mas, the taco truck.

Shon: Pollo Express, Molino's (downtown), Las Mananitas are my top three. My favorite tacos have been the Carnitas taco at Pollo Express, the Asada taco at Molino's, and the chorizo taco at Las Manitas. Also love the barbacoa taco at Los Pinos.

Eddy: What's interesting is Pollo Express was one of the most recommended restaurants when I asked for restaurant suggestions of places I've never reviewed. Two of my close friends swear by this place. I actually planned to go there last Sunday. Was on the road and then realized they were closed on Sundays. It's in my top five places of restaurants to visit soon.

Being a blogger on the side, there are certain things I love doing about it. You guys started this Wichita Taco Tour back in January. What's been your favorite part about this whole experience?

Chris: I have visited restaurants in the past 6 months that I have driven by for years without ever stopping. The tiny hole in the walls seem to have some fantastic tacos. There is a magical correlation between delicious tacos and red and green sauces being delivered before the tacos.

Travis: Honestly I've gotten closer to Chris and Shon through this - we've all enjoyed each other's company and definitely strengthened our friendships. It's been fun to see how their tastes differ from mine and how they don't. We are also constantly harassing each other - usually Chris and Shon are late so I let them know, and I'm the oldest so they seem to think there's something funny about that. (Shon is only a month younger, so don't let him fool you). Chris likes to eat "kiddie tacos" - he's always asking to take stuff off instead of just getting them the way the restaurant makes them. It's all in good fun, but we definitely let each other know about it!

Eddy: That's hilarious. I too have a friend named Chris who eats the kiddie food. Any restaurant we go to, it seems like it's chicken strips for him.

This next question is a question I ask all of our guests. What are your three favorite restaurants in town? For the sake of this particular Q&A, let's say outside of tacos.

Shon: Wasabi!! I love sushi, but Thing 1 and Thing 2 are pansies so I have to eat it with other, more mature people. When I'm in the mood for a good burger, I like to go to TJ's Burger House. My buddy owns Two Brothers out west and I like to frequent the buffet for a quick, tasty lunch.

Travis: Honestly that's tough for me because as I said above, I don't have too many #1s. I like fast/cheap pizza from Cheezies - but I like Knollas, Il Vicino, and Picasso's). I think a pizza tour would be a great idea. I really like BBQ, but I miss dry rub ribs from Red Hot & Blue (seriously the best). We may have to do a BBQ tour soon - I still bounce around on who I like the best around here. Burgers - definitely a fan of Five Guys but I do like gorging myself at Red Robin (and I miss the old Walt's). If I'm up for a headache due to excessive noise, I enjoy Buffalo Wild Wings. I could probably tell you about 15 more, but you asked for 3 (and I gave you extras)!

Chris: I enjoy tacos a lot so generally, if we go out, it is for tacos or Mexican food. Texas Roadhouse is certainly a favorite as their ribeye is delicious. Bubbas 33 has fantastic chicken wings, pizza and stromboli. Yes, I realize that the first 2 restaurants I have listed are owned by the same company. The third is where this gets difficult. It is hard to choose between TJ's Burger House and Pho MC. Hoda at TJs is a hoot but the fried rice from Pho MC is delicious.

Eddy: Well certainly appreciate the time guys. I commend you for what you're doing. You're taking this at a better pace than I probably would have. I did a burger list and cranked out 30 burgers in 3 months which was against my doctor's orders. By the end of it I was burned out, except I'm not sure one could get burnt out by tacos.

Anything else you'd like to add?

Travis:I think we have some more ideas for additional tours. Pizza, BBQ, burgers, etc. I think they're all candidates and I'm thinking we may continue this idea. It's been a lot of fun so far so why stop? Wichita has a LOT to offer for food. I wouldn't consider myself a "foodie" - I'm probably a little more picky than many (but not as picky as Chris). I've lived her my whole life but there are still a TON of places I haven't been. I feel a little guilty about that, so doing a tour like this kind of forces me to venture outside of my comfort zone. It's been really good though because I've already discovered a lot about traditional mexican food that I didn't know. So, here's to continuing that trend and learning more and expanding my "palate".

Chris: If you ever need a taco recommendation OR a new car, just call me. I can help with both.

Shon: Ignore their responses. They don't know what they're talking about.

Eddy: Thanks to Chris, Shon and Travis for joining Wichita By E.B. today. Maybe you will see a joint venture blog in the future!

Be sure to follow these guys on Facebook to stay up to date on their taco ventures or you can check out their blog directly at I've been utilizing their list to help formulate future restaurants for me to visit.

It's another great resource for foodies in town looking for restaurants they've never been to.

Happy Dining!


If you know of anybody that would be great as a guest of the Wichita By E.B. Q&A Series, feel free to e-mail me at I'm looking for anybody who impacts Wichita in any sort of way whether they be business owners, restaurateurs, volunteers, whomever. Thank you!


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For two years now, we've had a little feature at Wichita By E.B. called "Must Try Menu Item" where we go over a particular menu item that you should try at least once.

For this edition of the Must Try Menu Item, we head over to Albero Cafe at Central and Oliver and discuss a dish my family and I tried for our first time and were wowed upon the first bite.

Check out the Shrimp Sicilian.

Here's the menu description: Italian sausage, shrimp, pepperoncini peppers, olives, roasted red peppers, and penne pasta tossed in our spicy Rosa sauce.

At $16 it was packed with so much flavor. The very first bite you take, sit back and wait for the heat to come on. It catches you by surprise but doesn't overwhelm the palate. Then you just want to keep on eating. If we could purchase the spicy Rosa sauce, we would. The only drawback of the dish is you have to take the shell off the shrimp yourselves.

Some people may be caught off guard by the $16 price tag but it's a meal big enough that leftovers are likely. My sister-in-law had my brother's leftovers and was so impressed by it she's wanting to go to Albero Cafe for her first time now. To quote my brother, "It's just as good cold as it is hot."

The Shrimp Sicilian was listed on their specials so I'm not sure how long it will be available for but this is one dish you'll want to be sure to check out.

4811 E Central
Wichita, KS 67208

Monday - Thursday: 11am - 9pm
Friday - Saturday: 11am - 10pm
Closed on Sunday


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Check them out, tell them Wichita By E.B. sent you and then you can thank me later!

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Wichita's newest barbecue restaurant opened its doors less than two weeks ago. My friends and I made it a point to check it out to get a first look at The Angry Elephant.

2959 S Hillside St
Wichita, KS 67216

Closed Monday
Tuesday: 11am - 8pm
Wednesday - Friday: 10am -8pm
Saturday: 8am - 8pm
Sunday: 11am - 6pm


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The Angry Elephant is in the same building as 316 Meal Prep is housed. When you're making your way there, pay attention. The restaurant is tucked away in a strip center off of Hillside. One thing they may want to do is get some better signage or visuals off of Hillside to point customers there.... or a statue of a huge angry elephant.

One thing to keep in mind is their are still in their soft opening phase. While their menu board shows plenty of items, many disheswere not available. They told limited options would help them start to build out their full menu and know what was popular. At the moment, it's just a soft opening menu.

They had some jalapeno deviled eggs on the menu but tose currently weren't available. As a big fan of deviled eggs, I'll need to go back strictly for that.

We started off with the burgers for my friends children, wings, then some 2 and 3-meat plates with brisket, ribs, and pork.

The meals were brought out once at a time. By the time I received my meal, my friends had already finished theirs. One thing we would highly recommend is timing. It's a little awkward when you're sitting there eating while people are watching you. Getting everyones dish out at the same time or even close to the same time frame would have been better. Also the time to get our meal was more on the slow end for a BBQ restaurant and something Angry Elephant will hopefully improve on as they get their processes down.

Now regarding the food, there wasn't a person who disliked the meats. One friend liked the smokey flavor of the brisket and ribs. The meat on the ribs had a fantastic flavor and came off the bone easily. The wings however were exceptional; plenty of meat on the bone-in wings and a good about of zing with a minor amount of heat.

The beans were the best sides they had available that day. One friend mentioned while mushy, he liked the meat that was added to the beans to give them a similar smokey flavor to the meats. The fries were the least liked item. They didn't keep the crispy feel and were a little soggy when they came to our table; they were also pretty salty.

The sauces available were fairly basic and adequate. They lacked a true spicy BBQ sauce which is all of our preferences.

All in all, they have some growing pains to work through. The food was on the colder side when it came out and as mentioned the timing of the arrival is point of criticism I'm sure they are working on.  Pricing is about on par with what you would find at the locally owned competitors. We all did say we would go there again and give them a second shot.

Since they also own 316 Meal Prep, that is something we would be curious to try to with their prepared meals.

With not many BBQ options available in that area of town, we certainly do wish them the best and hope they can succeed. The Angry Elephant has two additional things going for them. Number One: Their name is catchy and unique. We loved it. Number Two: They are close by Spirit so that's a great draw of business for them if they can get those processes down. With many Spirit employees only getting 30 minutes for lunch, speed and efficiency will be of great importance if they want to draw that lunch crowd.

Last thing Angry Elephant will need to do, get their menu online. If it's there, then it's not easy to find. I usually take pictures of the menu and post them here but forgot to.

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Blaze Fast-Fire'd Pizza has set an opening date of September 14.

They will open in Greenwich Plaza near Buy Buy Baby at K-96 and Greenwich.

The concept is considered fast casual where you build your open pizza and then it's cooked for three minutes in an 800 degree oven.

Signature pies include the Art Lover (artichokes, mozzarella, ricotta, chopped garlic, with dollops of red sauce); the BBQ Chkn (grilled chicken, mozzarella, red onion, banana peppers, gorgonzola, plus a drizzle of barbecue sauce); and the aforementioned Meat Eater (pepperoni, crumbled meatballs, red onion, mozzarella, red sauce). There’s also a “Simple Pie” of mozzarella, parmesan and red sauce available for $5.95. Regular 11-inch pizzas are $8.

To celebrate the opening, Blaze will offer free pizzas to customers who follow the pizzeria on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram. It's something they do at every opening.

The Blaze record was 2,400 free pies given out on opening day at a different franchise. Wichitan's love their free food so can we beat that record?

Check them out on Facebook to get more details.

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Chick-fil-A fans, one of your favorite events is back! Free breakfast Tuesdays are returning starting next week at participating Wichita, Derby and Hutchinson Chik-fil-A restaurants.

Every Tuesday from August 15 to September 26 between 6-10am, you can get free breakfast!

August 15 & 29 and September 12 and 26: Free Chick-fil-A Chicken Biscuit
August 22 and September 5 and 19: Free Chick-n-Mini's (3-count)

Here are the following locations:
Central and Rock
21st and Maize
Derby Marketplace

There's one more thing you can sure of those days besides free breakfast and that's a lot of customers.
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One of my favorite sushi restaurants is offering one of the best deals you'll find in town. Two dollars for sushi rolls. To quote myself (yes, I actually quote myself), "You're losing money if you don't go!"

This week from Wednesday, August 9 to Saturday, August 12, Tokyo Japanese Cuisine is offering their house rolls for $2 apiece! That is an insane process. They are also offering many of their special rolls at two for $12.99. This deal is available for dine-in only and please note they do take reservations.

Here is a look at their 2-year anniversary menu:

I spoke with Sam Zeng and he's excited to lure in his regulars and potential new customers with this deal. He wholeheartedly believes Tokyo Japanese Cuisine has some of the best quality sushi in town and is willing to back it up with this great deal.

My family has been here many times and can confirm the food and the service here are top notch. It's a regular dinner spot for us. For those who have been to Tokyo, you may be familiar with their "Up to 50% Off" deal on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, that is also still going on.

We will definitely be there again this week for our weekly fill of sushi. See you there!

446 N West St
Wichita, KS 67203

Monday - Saturday: 11am - 3pm

Monday - Thursday: 4pm - 9:30pm
Friday: 4pm - 10pm
Saturday: 12pm - 10pm
Sunday: 12pm - 9:30pm


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Over at our Facebook page, I asked for suggestions on little known restaurants that are rarely discussed. One of those suggestions was El Papa Gallo, a small little restaurant near the corner of Harry and Washington.

901 E Harry
Wichita, KS 67211

Closed on Monday
Tuesday - Thursday: 10:30am - 9pm
Friday - Saturday: 10:30am - 10pm
Sunday: 10:30am - 9pm

Facebook - Menu here

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At El Papa Gallo, they serve your traditional Mexican fare like nachos, flautas, tortas, and tacos.

If you ever go there on Tuesdays, they offer $1 chicken tacos but the real winner at El Papa Gallo is the roasted chicken. You can get a whole chicken for $16.95, a half chicken for $10.50 or a quarter for $7.50.

I opted for the quarter chicken and regretted the decision immediately after I started diving into my meal. The flavor, the juiciness, the crispiness of the skin covering the tender chicken was all there. It was honestly some of the best grilled chicken I've had.

Now roasted chicken which is served at many other Mexican restaurants and not a dish I've ordered often. Now that the bar has been set,  I'll be ordering this at other restaurants to see how their offerings compare.

As for the other food, I'll admit that I wasn't too impressed by it.

I found the tacos to be a little dry and lacking the same quality as the roasted chicken while the free chips and salsa were fairly basic. The salsa just didn't have much to it.

Even with that said, the chicken was well worth the drive and enough to be worth a second trip for me. While glancing at their menu, they also serve Mexican Pizza which is very intriguing and likely to be an order for my second go around.

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Today is National Root Beer Float Day! Although my family and I are very partial to the ones at NuWay which I wrote about here, it's hard to pass up a Free Root Beer Float, and I say the word free loosely.

At all A&W locations, they are giving a free small Root Beer Floats with any purchase on Sunday. No coupons are required for the deal.

There are two locations in Wichita:
547 S Rock Road (at the northwest corner of Rock and Kellogg)
2616 N Maize Road

I'll occasionally receive e-mails asking for lunch recommendations in a certain area. It's usually suggestions from a place of employment from people looking to efficiently use their lunch hour to get some quality food.

In the latest feature, we will focus on ten favorite lunch spots name it! The suggestions will cover a broad range of food types and are all locally owned by people who live here in Wichita.

For the first one, the place of employment is Wesley Medical Center.

Here are ten restaurants I would recommend to those looking for lunch within close driving range and quick enough to feed you lunch in an hour or less. ProTip: Look at the menu before going so you know what you want ahead of time. I promise this will save you at least ten minutes from trying to decide forever on what to order when you arrive.


In no particular order.....

Bocco Deli
3010 E Central, Wichita, KS

One of my favorite deli's in town with their food made from scratch. Bocco Deli is within walking distance from Wesley which makes it even more convenient.

Thai Tradition
650 N Carriage Parkway #120, Wichita, KS

A two mile shot east of Wesley on Central and you'll find some of the best Thai food in town.

M.I.F. Deli
5618 E Central, Wichita, KS

Delicious Mediterranean and Middle Eastern food less than two miles away. They have all the classic dishes on their menu.

Ziggy's Pizza
3700 E Douglas Ave #100, Wichita, KS

A mile south of Wesley, you'll find pizza, sandwiches and salads accessible to you; their lunch meal of two slices of pizza and a salad is convenient for those on the go.

George's French Bistro
4618 E Central, Wichita, KS

Currently remodeling. Once this place opens up, they will likely be packed for lunch. Surprisingly though, the service is still quick enough to get you your fill of French food quickly.

Fuji Japanese Grill & Sushi
327 N Hillside, Wichita, KS

I'll be honest the food isn't going to wow you or be life changing but it's still satisfying enough to keep you coming back. Sushi for lunch? Why not.

Noble House Hawaiian Foods
3238 E Douglas, Wichita, KS

Great menu of Hawaiian options to choose from including my favorite: Poke!

Tanya's Soup Kitchen
1725 E Douglas, Wichita, KS

Tanya's is still under two miles away and will wow you with some of the best soups you'll ever have. If you're not a soup fan, their sandwiches are excellent as well.

Albero Cafe
4811 E Central, Wichita, KS

Great Italian food and the service is equally as good. Be careful not to overeat or those carbs can make for a rough afternoon.

El Pollo Dorado
2117 E Central, Wichita, KS

Looking for some amazing grilled chicken, tacos, or just Mexican food in general? El Pollo Dorado just recently opened up less than a mile West of Wesley in the former Antojitos Salvadoreno restaurant.


Wesley Medical Center
Those are my personal favorites in the area and places I would recommend to anybody, not just Wesley employees.

To all my foodies, friends, family and even people I don't know working away at Wesley, thank you for everything that you do. Enjoy a delicious lunch when you can. Also a shout out to my friend Megan who works at Wesley and was very insightful on where people there go for lunch. 

Did I miss one that you love? Are you looking for recommendations near your place of employment? If so, comment away!

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