Los Angeles Taco Trucks You Won’t Want to Miss
If you’ve lived in LA long enough, you’ve likely already have a favorite of one of the local Los Angeles taco trucks to which all others pale in comparison. It may have gotten you through a long commute, or have just the perfect guacamole your belly craves after a night on the town. But with the diverse variety of Mexican food in Southern California, there are always new discoveries. Expand your horizons with Tacos La Fonda in North Hollywood, which boasts one of the best salsa bars you can find in LA. Or how about the La Estrella, a permanently parked truck off York in Highland Park that has amazing salty beef that will leave you salivating. The tacos are hearty and sure to satisfy that 3 a.m. craving. It’s a Los Angeles meal the whole family will enjoy. What kid doesn’t love a good taco?
The Best Carnitas in LA
If you love carnitas, you’ve got to try Tacos Los Guichos. They slow boil the pig for hours, resulting in perfectly fried crispy edges that bring out the flavor of the meat. Their tortillas are hand pressed and make all the difference. Of course one of the best taco trucks in LA has to come with a catch: They’re only open weekends, and get there early because these tacos disappear faster than the Roadrunner.
Other Taco Trucks to Die For
For the tastiest fish tacos on the West Coast, check out Ricky’s Fish Tacos. It began as a tiny taco stand in Sunset Junction in 2009, but has since grown into a local legend. You’ve got to get there during the day, as it only serves from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. but the fish is as fresh as the sea. Wednesday features a buy three get one free deal, so come hungry. Taco Nazo also serves up incredibly tasting fish tacos, featuring Alaskan pollock with a perfect crunch and served on two fresh corn tortillas. Say Fish is a taco truck imported from Mexico, so it’s as authentic as it gets. It’s known for its handmade tortillas, a local delicacy.
Los Angeles Taco Trucks: Fusion & Dessert Style
Food trucks have been a food staple in Los Angeles for decades, offering two major styles in Mexican cuisine: tacos and mariscos (seafood). After the successful take off of Kogi food truck, a Korean and Mexican fusion taco truck created by chef Roy Choi, many more fusion food trucks followed. If you look around LA, the food truck craze has not died off and we’re happy to experience it! Some of our favorite Los Angeles taco trucks (Kogi included) includes the Boba Truck, serving sweet drinks, The Grilled Cheese Truck, worth every penny, and The Vichos Pupusa truck which serves El Salvadoran cuisine.