Elena’s Kitchen

Authentic &Traditional Food

Elena’s Kitchen at Otay Farms Market prepares tasty and traditional Mexican cuisine using authentic recipes and the highest quality ingredients. You will find traditional dishes such as Barbacoa, Chile Colorado, Chile Verde, Carnitas, Tamales, Enchiladas, rice, and the best refried beans. We make Caldo de Res weekdays that tastes just like Mamas. Fridays we make Chile Rellenos made with a Pasilla peppers and stuffed with jack cheese. On the weekends, we make tasty Menudo and Tacos al Vapor. Traditional Aguas Fresca are made daily to enjoy with your favorite meals. Let us cook for you…we offer our delicious food in trays for your breakfasts, luncheons, parties, and celebrations. Seasonal foods include Lenten favorites Capirotada made from Maria Elena’s recipe. Don’t forget to take home some of our tasty Salsa and Guacamole to accompany your meals at home.


Fresh made tortillas

Otay Farms Market makes fresh and tasty Corn and Flour Tortillas daily. The best authentic flour tortillas can be found at Otay Farms Market. Over 18 years ago we started making our flour tortillas on an open rotating comal giving our tortillas a just like homemade taste. We now offer our Original Flour Tortillas made with lard and margarine, Whole Wheat Tortillas made with oil and margarine, and our Coconut Oil Tortillas which have no lard or dairy products.

Our corn tortillas are made from freshly prepared corn masa and are made throughout the day so you’ll be sure to find a warm package of tortillas. For a healthier alternative, try our antioxidant rich organic blue corn tortillas.

For your snacking, we offer fresh Corn Tortillas Chips, but don’t forget the salsa.We also have prepared masa for your tamales.

Come and try our tortillas and taste why we are often imitated but we are the Original flour tortillas of Chula Vista.


Enjoy the best desserts made fresh daily

The best sweet bread is made here at Otay Farms Market. Our bakers bake authentic Mexican bread such as bolillos, teleras, conchas, polvorones, muffins, and many others.Our warm and crunchy bolillo and seasonal breads like Pan de Muerto, Rosca de Reyes will remind you of being a kid again.A variety of bread is baked daily you’re sure to find one of your childhood favorites.To enjoy your sweet bread even more stop by Elena’s Kitchen and buy a hot cup of champurrado (seasonal).

Meat Department

The best quality and freshness
combined together

Otay Farms Market’s butchers are always ready to offer you fresh cuts of meat including beef, chicken, and pork. We can cut steaks your way from very thickto nice and thin, we can even marinate your meat with our special blend of spices.Otay Farms Market is well known for offering freshly marinated beef and chicken for Carne Asada and Pollo Asada, as well as, Pork Adobada and Chorizo for grilling. We also offer a complete line of Mexican cheeses as well as sliced to order deli meats.


Discover our market

Otay Farms Market first opened its doors in 1962. Back then we were called Paul and Sons as we were founded by Paul E. Tamayo and his sons Hector and Paul Jr. (younger brother Alessandro, aka Nano, joined the business years later). Paul and Sons moved to our current location in 1965 where the former Ted’s Drive In was located.

Open daily from 8am-7pm
Come visit us!

What our customers are
on Google.

Nice fruit and vegetables at better than store prices!! Mexican Bakery is the best! Pumpkin empanadas and pineapple empanadas, to die for!! So good. Huge meat market there! Best Place!!

thumb Barry Smith
July 8, 2024

Hello friends, my name is Yasniel and I am from Cuba. I belong to the model airplane club in my town... I would like to contact you in person. Can... read more

thumb yasniel moreno tamayo
May 19, 2024

Great selection of pan dulces veggies fresh salsas and some hot food! My favorite reason to go is the FRESH HOT TORTILLAS MADE DAILY!! Just can't beat them so... read more

thumb Andrew Nunez
April 15, 2024

After soo long living in chula Vista, I finally came here to get meat for a gathering...the carne asada was ok, but the adobada meat I cooked for tacos on... read more

thumb Martha Murphy
March 20, 2024
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