Downtown lunchtime options usually consists of salads and sandwiches, along with some fusion spots. Everything is almost always overpriced and rarely satisfying. When having Mexican food cravings, I've often BARTed to the Mission. I've justified it since for about the same price (transportation + food) I can get a higher food satisfaction value. The only downside is its not a quick lunchtime grab. Thank goodness for the discovery of Los Compadres Taco Truck. Within walking distance and...Read Full Story
Both Taco and Burrito are popular Mexican Food. But, actually only Taco as an original Mexican food for several centuries, while Burrito was invented in California, USA and relatively recent arrival in twentieth century. People still confusing to know Taco and Burrito. However, there are clearly distinctive differences among other. What is that? Below, I’ve listed basic differences between Burrito and Tacos:
Burritos has a cylindrical shape, made from tortilla that is wrapped or...Read Full Story
One of the only reasons to go to Best Buy in the city is to stop by El Tonayense taco truck for some tacos. There are actually a El Tonayense taco trucks on Harrison, but the Best Buy location makes for an easier parking option. Unlike most taco trucks and food trucks, El Tonayense is guaranteed to at this location whenever your taco cravings occur as long as its M-Sun 9a-9p.
El Tonayense is probably one of my favorite taco trucks in the city because the food is consistently good and I...Read Full Story
I've been feening for some good tacos, especially since the ones in Redwood City haven't been meeting my expectations. I had been feeling like I've been eating a lot of disappointing sub par tacos these days. So I had to hop over to East Oakland, where the food rarely fails me. Taqueria Sinaloa did not disappoint. Bonus points for being close to the freeway if ever in need of a quick snack.
No need to grab and go, there's a small sitting area with tables and chairs to sit and enjoy your...Read Full Story
Taqueria Los Coyotes is a happy medium between Jack in the Box and El Farolito. If you ever find yourself wandering around the Mission in the wee hours after the bars are closed and you too impatient to stand in the El Farolito line, have no fear - Taqueria Los Coyotes is open till 3:30a on Fridays and Saturdays.
The menu here is ridiculously huge, from seafood to al pastor on a spit, to the standard tacos and burritos, but, honestly, I'm only zoning in on two things here : carne asada...Read Full Story
Not all tacos are created equal. Just cuz you wrap food in a tortilla doesn't make it Mexican food.