Depending on your tolerance for kitsch, you"ll find this tiny East Village taqueria either charming or trashy. Mexican wrestling is the theme: Lucha libre movies are projected on the wall, and wrestling imagery appears everywhere, including the menu (rendering it almost impossible to read). Squint your way through it and you"ll find a lineup of unexpectedly authentic--if slightly junky--Mexican tacos. We liked the sweet, soft-braised carnitas and the "el santo," made with salted steak, fried pork and chorizo. Dessert brought another pleasant surprise: fried plantains in sweet cream.