The assaulting aroma of dryer sheets and bleach overpower any whiff of food advertised at Lavanderia, the laundromat at the intersection of Rosemont Avenue, 10th Street and Jefferson Boulevard in Oak Cliff.
But if you walk up to the cashier’s stall, you can order tacos, pizza and ice cream. The tacos available, fajita and pastor, were initially pleasant. However, the demanding masticatory calisthenics revealed meat that was dirty—as if it had been run through a child’s sandbox before hitting the crusty grill—and got me sick.
Stay away from the laundromat tacos.