Thursday, October 12, 2006

El Tonayense Taco Truck
Ok, I admit it. Prior to this summer, I'd never eaten a taco truck taco, no less consume anything out of a parked vehicle. Timing was always an issue; everytime I drove by one of these I was just too full to eat. So one day, I made it a point to be hungry in the late afternoon to finally try the offerings of these culinary destinations on wheels (some others prefer to call them, "roach coaches").

El Tonayense parked near Best Buy

Carne asada taco ~1.30

Without nearby tables and chairs, I ate this on the trunk of my car, which I enjoyed since it actually felt like summer in San Francisco. My taco was overflowing with meat, to the point I had to brush some off and eat it separately. The beef was a bit less tender than I expected, but it was well-seasoned and hearty. Combined with the salsa and a squeeze of lime, the whole taco was a refreshingly zesty.

And then I grabbed another to go.

Taco trucks are a great asset to San Francisco. Tasty, cheap, and convenient, these trucks could very well reduce hunger for the masses (which I'm sure they already do). Now, if only I could just hunt down that fabled sushi truck.

El Tonayense
14th and Harrison
San Francisco, CA



Anonymous Anonymous said...

Taco trucks rule.

10/13/2006 7:30 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love taco trucks! But because I am here in my capacity as a Cornellian, I have to encourage you to try Hot Truck and Louie's Lunch.

10/14/2006 10:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fuel is the adrenaline of any car, truck or engine. Thus, it is every vehicle owner's wish to enhance the fuel of their car

and save more of it as well. With this in mind, the most innovative fuel-saving tool in the automotive industry was

conceptualized and created: the Tornado Fuel saver. An automotive air

channeling tool that creates a swirling air motion, the Tornado Fuel Saver allows the air to move in a faster and more

efficient way by whirling air around corners and bends. Hence, more fuel is saved.

href="">increase gas mileage

2/20/2008 9:50 PM  
Blogger Unknown said...

If you are planning to purchase wheel lifts for tow trucks, you can find various types available from different manufacturers. Choose the wheel lift that is guaranteed to be strong and durable, even in heavy-duty situations.

used bucket trucks

3/19/2010 8:03 AM  
Anonymous Rose said...

That food looks so yummy :) Towing a food truck is a very difficult task and requires a well equip towing company. They have to call in the big rigs for that job.

9/03/2014 8:26 PM  

Post a Comment

<< Home