The Taco Truck Brings Authentic Mexican to Boston

The taco takeover continues with the the newest meels-on-wheels to hit the hungry streets of Boston — The Taco Truck. Orginating in Hoboken, NJ, the green-friendly company just opened up it’s first mobile establishment here, making it the third location under the brands umbrella. (They also operate a kiosk and brick & mortar back in New York.)

Aside from putting a serious emphasis on authentic Mexican street cuisine (and earning the praise to support the claim) they also source local ingredients and use all-natural hormone-free meat. Their commitment to sustainablity also expands into the packaging, which is all compostable.

You can find more info here –> YUM!

For updates and info on their whereabouts, follow them on twitter –> moar YUMZ!

Getting ready for mai tacos, straight from ze truck!

If your going to go bottled, might as well go Saratoga since 1872. Mmm Natural Springs.

Pescado — a.k.a. my fave!
(crispy catfish, red cabbage, pico de gallo, mexican tartar sauce and chipotle salsa)

Barbacoa de Costilla
(pasilla braised shredded beef with onions, cilantro and roasted red salsa)

Aguacate Tostado Tacos
(fried avocado with black beans, sesame seeds, pickled onions, tortillas fritas and chipotle salsa)

Platanos Fritos (fried sweet plantains with crema and sugar)

The Taco Truck Restaurant on Urbanspoon

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4 Responses to The Taco Truck Brings Authentic Mexican to Boston

  1. Megan says:

    It is my mission to track down this truck this summer!

  2. Fried avocado?? Sounds amazing!

  3. funandfearlessinbeantown says:

    This looks AWESOME!

  4. emartinodonnell says:

    Gah, now I want nothing more than to have fried avocado wrapped in a tortilla in front of me this moment!

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