Food truck that serves tacos on homemade corn and flour tortillas with homemade salsas. Located in the Monarch Food Mart parking lot.
Food trailer specializing in "cowboy wok cooking" keeps it simple: The only menu items are elotes and a kind of taco native to Mexico featuring beef, pork, and vegetables cooked in seven layers, then wrapped in corn tortillas and topped with onions, cilantro, and pineapple and served with salsa and lime.
Casual lunches, dinners, and Sunday brunches feature traditional, regional Mexican dishes, with some of the best salsas around as well as an extensive tequila selection.
Located in the Thicket Food Park, this family-owned business serves not just authentic tamales but tacos and chalupas, too.
Baja-style tacos, ceviches, and the standout ahi tuna tostada are some of the specialties served out of this roving food truck. Check their calendar to find their next stop.
Al pastor pork is a must: glistening red from a dry-chile marinade, citrusy with a tinge of pineapple, charred, moist, and tender, all on a homemade flour tortilla and doused with Rosita's amazing green salsa – a contender for the best in town.
Information is power. Support the free press, so we can support Austin. Support the Chronicle