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Los Angeles Taco Trucks

read full reviews of these taco trucks @ http://www.greattacohunt.com
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El Taurino
2306 W 11th St
Los Angeles, CA 90006, US
The salsa roja is legendary in LA and will give even the most heat-thirsty spice freak a reason to reach for that ice-cold horchata.

read the full review at:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2011/03/el-taurino-taco-truck-pico-union.html
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El Chato
1013 S La Brea Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90019, US
Hours: 9pm to 2pm, closed Sunday
These tacos are beautiful little bombs of flavor that come on your plate hot and greasy topped with grilled onions and chiles.

read the full review at
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/04/el-chato-olympic-la-brea.html
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Tacos Arizas
W Sunset Blvd & Logan St
Los Angeles, CA 90026, US
salsa verde(spicy) is excellent. Try the carnitas and carne asada. They do tripas well here.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/10/tacos-arizas-echo-park.html
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El Paisano
1185 W Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90026, US
The lengua was soft and tender with subtle beef taste and little hints of exotic flavor.

read full review at:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/09/el-paisano-echo-park.html
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Hermanas Torres
1845 Daly St
Los Angeles, CA 90033, US
small two biters that are full of flavor. Great salsas.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/09/hermanas-torres-east-la.html
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Tacos Diaz
Victory Blvd & Vineland Ave
Los Angeles, CA 91606, US
carne asada with cold bottle of guave jarritos hit the spot

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/09/tacos-diaz-north-hollywood.html
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El Flamin Taco
S Vermont Ave & W 5th St
Los Angeles, CA, US
The al pastor is cooked at a separate cart next to the truck and the pork is sliced right from the spit on to a homemade tortilla.

read full review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/09/el-flamin-taco-koreatown.html
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Valentino's
Los Angeles, CA, US
in a pinch the asada will do. But the tacos here are pretty bad.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/09/valentinos-taco-truck-venice.html
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Angelito's
S Pacific Ave & W 17th St
Los Angeles, CA 90731, US
The suadero was pork rib with a flavor similar to carnitas but with a texture that was soft and tender. The carne asada, nice and greasy with little charred bits of steak.

read full review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/09/angelitos-tacos-san-pedro.html
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El Tauro
Wilshire Blvd & S Vermont Ave
Los Angeles, CA, US
al pastor cut from the spit on to homemade tortillas.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/09/tacos-el-tauro-vermont-and-wilshire.html
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Tacos El Gordo
San Fernando Valley, CA, US
al pastor cut from the trompo. Complimentary bean tostada.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/09/tacos-el-gordo-sylmar.html
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La Oaxaquena
Lincoln Blvd & Rose Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90291, US
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cesar chavez/10 freeway
1955 East Cesar E Chavez Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90033, US
al pastor cut from spit. Tacos were just average but may have been an off day. Popular with locals.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/09/taco-wagon-at-e-cesar-chavez-and-10.html
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Tacos "El Yu"
S Normandie Ave & W Adams Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90018, US
The carne asada is soft and buttery with a light sheen of grease that soaks into the tortillas. The salsa, an orangeish chile arbol blend nips at the tongue.

read full review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/09/tacos-el-yu_19.html
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Tacos Guadalajara in LA
5212 W Adams Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90016, US
Everything is cooked to order. The van is equipped with a grill, several refrigerator compartments and a convenient salsa bar.

read the full review at:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/09/tacos-guadalajara-in-la-west-adams.html
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Tacos El Magalon
2949 W Pico Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90006, US
The salsa bar was stocked with three salsas and plenty of condiments to garnish your tacos with. The habanero onions were ridiculously hot.

read full review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/09/tacos-el-magalon-pico-union.html
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Tacos Leo
Venice Blvd & S La Brea Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90019, US
5pm- 2pm. Trompo only on weekends
The al pastor is so good you don't even have to dress the tacos with onions, cilantro or salsa.Cut right from the trompo and topped with pineapple by a skill taquero

read full review at:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/07/leos-tacos-la-brea-and-venice-blvd.html
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El Rinconcito
1421 W Adams Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90007, US
The carne asada was quite good. Little bits of greasy steak topped with onions, cilantro and salsa roja.

read full review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/09/taqueria-el-rinconcito-west-adams.html
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La Favorita
S Beverly Glen Blvd & Charing Cross Rd
Los Angeles, CA 90024, US
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Los Carnales
4403 S Figueroa St
Los Angeles, CA 90037, US
The carne asada was very good. The beef was finely chopped and the fresh tortilla was sturdy enough to soak up the juice.

read the full review at:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/09/los-carnales-south-la.html
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Mariella's Tacos
Aviation Blvd & W 102nd St
Los Angeles, CA 90045, US
tacos are poor to average. carne asada if you must.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/09/marielas-tacos-westchester.html
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Tacos Perez
S Vermont Ave & W Adams Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90007, US
asada with spicy salsa roja above average. Suadero and al pastor too fatty.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/09/tacos-perez-vermont-and-adams.html
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El Navagente
Victory Blvd & Vineland Ave
Los Angeles, CA 91606, US
excellent carnitas. Salsas (roja, verde) are both solid.

red review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/09/el-navagente-north-hollywood.html
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Antojitos Topanga
Cypress Ave & Granada St
Los Angeles, CA 90065, US
They grill chickens on a grill outside of the truck on the weekends. Large menu..try the dorados.

read review :http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/09/antojitos-topanga-glassell-park.html
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Compas Tacos
Van Nuys Blvd & Chase St
Los Angeles, CA 91402, US
good lengua. Free bean tostada.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/09/compas-tacos-panorama-city.html
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Taco Dollar
Inglewood Ave & Lennox Blvd
Lennox, CA 90304, US
great salsas : habanero and avocado. Al Pastor cut from spit.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/09/taco-dollar-lennox.html
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El Comal de Mexico
Inglewood Ave & Lennox Blvd
Lennox, CA 90304, US
The best of the three was the carnitas. The cool avocado salsa paired perfectly with the salty pork.

read full review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/09/tacos-el-comal-de-mexico-lennox.html
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La Isla Bonita
Rose Ave & 4th Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90291, US
popular venice taco truck serves fresh mariscos and tacos topped with pinto beans.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/08/la-isla-bonita-venice.html
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Cheo's Tacos
Alhambra Ave & Bullard Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90032, US
great salsa roja (spicy). Al pastor and carne asada both solid.

read review at:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/08/cheos-tacos-el-sereno.html
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La Casa Grande
450 W Slauson Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90003, US
daytime truck that parks off the 110 at Slauson. Homemade tortillas

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/07/taqueria-la-casa-grande-slauson-and-110.html
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La Estrella
940 S Lorena St
Los Angeles, CA 90023, US
big tacos stuffed with carne asada and al pastor for only $1.25

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2007/07/la-estrella.html
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Tanya's Tacos
4750 East Cesar E Chavez Avenue
East Los Angeles, CA 90022, US
The al pastor was cut from the spit, the asada char-grilled and lime flavored. Both meats finely chopped and topped with a salsa roja and avocado salsa.

read full review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2007/06/tanyas-tacos.html
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La Que Si Llena
3600 East Cesar E Chavez Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90063, US
tacos are huge and only $1.25 each. Excellent lengua and carne asada

read full review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2007/06/tacos-la-que-se-llena.html
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Tacos El Paisa
Huntington Dr N & Poplar Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90032, US
guacamole salsa on top of charred carne asada. This truck hasn't been seen at this location for quite some time however.

read review at:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2006/10/tacos-el-paisa.html
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Tacos Zapotlanejo
Strathern St & Vineland Ave
Los Angeles, CA 91352, US
lengua and cabeza cooked al vapor. Salsa roja very good.

read full review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2007/05/valley-taco-run-i-finally-eat-lengua.html
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Tacos Texcoco
Laurel Canyon Blvd & Hart St
Los Angeles, CA 91605, US
this is the last known location of Tacos Texcoco. Tacos used to be 80c each. Great salsas.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2007/05/tacos-texcoco.html
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Tacos Celeya
W Washington Blvd & S Union Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90007, US
refereed by some as El Ostion. Mariscos is solid. Asada and al pastor greasy and flavorfull.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2007/05/tacos-celaya.html
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Tacos Los Pericos
W Pico Blvd & Cotner Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90064, US
Avoid like the black death.
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El Capitan
E Olympic Blvd & Prado St
Los Angeles, CA 90023, US
50 cent tacos. May be the best deal in LA. Burritos only $2.00

read full review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2007/03/election-day.html

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La Flor de Sahuayo
4601 E Olympic Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90022, US
Tacos came wrapped in thin paper and were the size of small burritos each packed with meat, onions, and salsa.

read full review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2007/02/la-city-election-taco-factor.html
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Rambos Tacos
4250 Eagle Rock Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90065, US
can't go wrong with the carne asada and salsa roja

read full review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2007/02/rambos-tacos.html
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Tacos Carillo
Mulholland Dr & Beverly Glen Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, US
one of the better trucks on mulholland dr. But that's not saying much.

http://www.greattacohunt.com/2007/02/tacos-carrillo.html
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Tacos Kimberly
1500 W 6th St
Los Angeles, CA 90017, US
the carnitas was pure pork blubber and one bite of the pork fat would have probably killed me.

read full review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2006/11/tacos-kimberly.html
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El Delifin Jr
W 8th St & S Mariposa Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90005, US
meats are fatty and inedible. They put lettuce on tacos.
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Taco Zone
1342 N Alvarado St
Los Angeles, CA 90026, US
Popular with local hipsters. Great salsas.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2011/03/taco-zone-echo-park.html
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El Texano
2308 E 4th St
Los Angeles, CA 90033, US
very good carne asada. Both salsas have some heat to them

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2011/03/tacos-y-burritos-el-texano-boyle.html
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Mariscos Jalisco
3040 E Olympic Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90023, US
the crispy shrimp taco may be LA's best taco

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2011/02/mariscos-jalisco-vs-mariscos-4-vientos.html
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Mariscos 4 Vientos
3332 E Olympic Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90023, US
The crispy dorado was very similar to Mariscos Jalisco with the warm shrimp, slices of avocado, and bits of cabbage.

read full review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2011/02/mariscos-jalisco-vs-mariscos-4-vientos.html
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El Chavo
15 E Holly St
Pasadena, CA 91124, US
The salsa roja is King Taco-esque in its heat, which is a good thing if you like your forehead to sweat a little, which I do.

read the full review at:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2011/02/el-chavo-pasadena.html
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Tacos Oaxaca
4100 Whittier Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90023, US
The tacos were 80 cents each and came topped with salsa roja or salsa verde(depending on the taco), grilled onions, and radishes to cleanse the palette.

read full review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2011/02/tacos-oaxaca-east-la.html
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Tacos Alvarado
CA, US
the lengua had a lot of funk, and not the good Parliament-Funkadelic funk, but the bad I think I’m going to need medical attention if I take another bite funk.

read full review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2011/02/tacos-alvarado-canoga-park.html
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El Taquito Mexicano
510 S Fair Oaks Ave
Pasadena, CA 91105, US
popular Pasadena taco truck serves up one tasty spicy salsa roja.

read review at:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2011/02/el-taquito-mexicano-pasadena.html
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Tacos El Vaquero
Hawthorne Blvd & Lennox Blvd
Lennox, CA 90304, US
tortillas hecha a mano. Decent tacos but salsas too bland

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2011/02/tacos-el-gordo-vs-tacos-el-vaquero.html
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Tacos El Gordo
10412 Hawthorne Blvd
Inglewood, CA 90304, US
excellent salsa verde and avocado salsa. Order asada and al pastor

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2011/02/tacos-el-gordo-vs-tacos-el-vaquero.html
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Cemitas Tepeaca
3521 Whittier Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90023, US
tacos arabes are delicious.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2011/01/cemitas-tepeaca-east-la.html
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Gorditas Lupita
34 ave and Estara Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90065, US
The best thing at Gorditas Lupita’s is the salsa habanero, an elixir that seems to always instantly give me the hiccups. Or maybe it’s the fresh homemade corn tortillas that are thick enough to soak up all the excess salsa and juice from the meat. read full reviewhttp://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/12/gorditas-lupitas-glassell-park.html
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La Estrella
York Blvd & N Ave 54
Los Angeles, CA 90042, US
The tacos come topped with the onions, cilantro, and salsa roja. The al pastor has the texture of carnitas and the achiote seasoning gives the pork a nice peppery flavor.

read full review at: http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/12/la-estrella-highland-park.html
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Tacos Tamix
W Pico Blvd & S Westmoreland Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90006, US
With al pastor this good I could almost eat it bare but the salsa roja was something special I didn’t want to miss out on. The pork had it all; charred bits at the edges, tender perfectly seasoned meat and the aftertaste of sweet pineapple mixed with the spicy pepper taste of the chile.

read full review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/11/tacos-tamix-pico-union.html
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La Golondrina
4904 Huntington Dr N
Los Angeles, CA 90032, US
These tacos are bigger than your average taco truck tacos and at $1 each are an incredible deal.

read review at:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2006/07/la-golondrina.html
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Tacos La Fonda
Vanowen St & Vineland Ave
Los Angeles, CA, US
The carnitas had the right amount of porkyness and the al pastor while not from a rotating spit was soft and peppered with a sweet and tasty glaze.

read full review at:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2006/09/tacos-la-fonda.html
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El Pique
York Blvd & N Ave 53
Los Angeles, CA 90042, US
The asada tacos at El Pique are finely chopped, greasy and delicious. The salsa provides a good balance to the salted bits of beef.

read full review
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/02/el-pique.html
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El Ranchito
Huntington Dr N & Van Horne Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90032, US
excellent carnitas and carne asada tacos topped with a spicy king taco-esque salsa.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2006/10/el-ranchito.html
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Tacos El Korita
4211 E Olympic Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90023, US
one of LA's best taco trucks. Homemade tortillas pressed inside truck- try the asada, carnita, al pastor.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/07/tacos-el-korita-east-la-new-1.html
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El Taco Movil
3901 W 3rd St
Los Angeles, CA 90004, US
very solid truck gets quite busy in the afternoon.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2006/06/mini-taco-conquest.html
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Tacos Taluca
W 8th St & S Ardmore Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90005, US
al pastor cut from the spit paired with a tomato and onion salsa that has some kick.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2006/06/mini-taco-conquest.html
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La Tehuana
W 3rd St & S Ardmore Ave
Los Angeles, CA, US
asada and carnitas with spicy salsa roja. Big tacos only $1 each

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2006/06/mini-taco-conquest.html
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R&R
S Western Ave & W 3rd St
Los Angeles, CA, US
better options further east on 3rd. Has been awhile since I've tried these.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2006/06/mini-taco-conquest.html
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Tacos El Compita
1216 Hooper Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90021, US
11am to 4pm Mon-Sat
tacos dorados barbacoa are excellent and only $1.15 each.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/09/tacos-el-compita.html
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Tacos El Gallito
400 S Fair Oaks Ave
Pasadena, CA 91105, US
revered Pasadena taco truck gets quite busy on the weekends. Order the suadero or carne asada.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/02/tacos-el-gallito-vs-el-taquito-mexicano.html
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Tacos Sinaloa
N Figueroa St & N Ave 55
Los Angeles, CA 90042, US
Home of the famous vampiro. Try the asada and al pastor topped with avocado salsa

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/02/tacos-sinaloa.html
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El Taco Naco
5236 York Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90042, US
carne asada above average. Taquero is really friendly. Try the carnitas.

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5236 York Blvd, Highland Park
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Tacos El Pecas
999 S Soto St
Los Angeles, CA 90023, US
75c tacos. Al pastor cut from the spit. Very busy on Friday and Saturday night.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/07/tacos-el-pecas-east-la.html
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Tacos Jeesy's
East Cesar E Chavez Avenue & N Carmelita Ave
East Los Angeles, CA 90063, US
Some of the best suadero (rib meat) I've had in LA. Al pastor is cut from the spit. Very good salsas.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2006/10/tacos-jeesys.html
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El Quick Taco
W 6th St & S Rampart Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90057, US
very good salsa verde but meats sub-par. 2 tacos for $1.50

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2006/09/el-quick-taco.html
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Tacos El Rocky
501 S Atlantic Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90022, US
12pm to late night
carne asada with salsa roja is above average. Al pastor too crispy.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/06/tacos-el-rocky.html
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Leo's Tacos
4300 Eagle Rock Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90041, US
8pm to 2am closed Mondays
a favorite of local Oxy students. Tacos come topped with guacamole and salsa. Tacos $1.25 each.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2007/06/leos-tacos.html
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El Flamin Taco
W Sunset Blvd & N Alvarado St
Los Angeles, CA 90026, US
tortillas hecha a mano. Al pastor cut from the spit.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/06/el-flamin-taco-echo-park.html
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El Taki Taco
N Figueroa St & N Ave 51
Los Angeles, CA 90042, US
6pm to 2am
The al pastor was soft,tender, and a little crispy at the edges. The asada, greasy and delicious.

read full review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/03/el-takitaco-highland-park.html
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Mariscos Tatiana
Venice Blvd & S Centinela Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90066, US
Not good. Tortillas were dry, meat was too salty and fatty, salsas were bland.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/05/mar-vista-taco-trucks.html
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Tacos Del Valle
Venice Blvd & Inglewood Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90066, US
7pm to 2am. closed mondays
al pastor is inedible. Carne asada hit and miss, mostly miss. Tortillas are dry. Salsa selection the high point.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/05/mar-vista-taco-trucks.html
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Yadi's tacos
Venice Blvd & Sepulveda Blvd
Culver City, CA, US
meat is too salty. Tortillas always a little burnt. Salsa a little bland.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/05/mar-vista-taco-trucks.html
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El Paladar Oaxaqueno
Santa Monica Blvd & Barry Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90025, US
al pastor cut from spit is just ok. Best taco is the quesillo: black bean paste, oaxacan cheese, slices of avocado.

read full review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/02/el-paladar-oaxaqueno.html
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Tacos El Carnal
1508 S Alameda St
Los Angeles, CA 90021, US
right off the 10 freeway at Alameda. Salsa roja is excellent. Asada and al pastor better than average.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/03/tacos-el-carnal.html
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Tacos La Familia
Nordhoff St & Woodman Ave
Los Angeles, CA, US
The carnitas was on - little crunchy bits with juicy strands of pork. The chile salsa perked the taco up and made me reach for my pineapple jarritos.

read full review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/09/tacos-la-familia-panorama-city.html
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El Poblano
W Pico Blvd & S Fairfax Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90019, US
11am to 5pm
cemita truck that serves decent carne asada and carnitas tacos. Skip the al pastor.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2007/01/el-poblano.html
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El Hameca
1658 11th St
Santa Monica, CA 90404, US
Mariscos truck near the Salvation Army on 11st that serves tacos. Can't comment on the mariscos but the tacos were terrible. Fatty tasteless meat , wilted cold tortillas, and salsa that came from a jar.


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Tacos Sabrasito
4044 Eagle Rock Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90065, US
better taco trucks in the area but carne asada and lengua were both tasty. Avoid al pastor it's just ground pork. Good salsa roja.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/02/tacos-sabrosio-eagle-rock.html
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Lonchera Candy
S Main St & E 23rd St
Los Angeles, CA 90007, US
10am to 3pm
barbacoa made from lamb cabeza

http://www.greattacohunt.com/2007/03/lonchera-candy.html
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Chela's
5750 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90036, US
Chela's parks with the gourmet food trucks along Miracle Mile. The tacos are $2 which is less than the gourmet trucks but more than you would expect from a taco truck.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/09/chelas-miracle-mile.html
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Tacos El Rey de Oros
Whittier Blvd & S Arizona Ave
East Los Angeles, CA 90022, US
tacos are 75c each. Both asada and al pastor are solid. Chile arbol salsa is moderately spiced.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/02/tacos-el-rey-de-oros.html
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Mojica Tacos
Alhambra Ave & Hollister Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90032, US
popular el sereno truck serves al pastor and carne asada with tasty chile arbol salsa

read full review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2006/07/mojica-tacos.html
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King Taco Taco Truck
4504 E 3rd St
Los Angeles, CA 90022, US
King Taco rolls out the taco truck on the weekends.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/06/king-taco-taco-truck-3rd-and-ford.html
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Beto's Tacos
W Jefferson Blvd & S Redondo Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90016, US
All the signs of a great taco wagon were present: compartments with salsas(verde, roja, avocado), cilantro, onions, radishes, jalapenos.

read full review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2006/08/betos-tacos.html
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Burritos Sahuayo
W 6th St & S Oxford Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90010, US
fatty meat, dry tortillas, watery salsas.
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Paloma Selestial
W Pico Blvd & Manning Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90064, US
this truck parks in front of the Pep Boys on Pico Blvd during the day. Avoid the pastor and carnitas. Asada is passable with the salsa roja and a shot of lime.
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El Matador
1174 N Western Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90029, US
The carne asada is charred, tender and perfectly salted and paired with an excellent salsa roja.

read full review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/03/el-matador.html
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Tacos El Monchis
700 S Atlantic Blvd
East Los Angeles, CA 90022, US
12pm to 2am
The asada and a gummy texture, and was too greasy for not having any flavor. Not even the salsa roja or a bite from the jalapeño helped add anything interesting.

read full review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/06/tacos-y-cemitas-el-monchis.html
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Tacos El Gallito
Venice Blvd & S La Cienega Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90034, US
One of Tacos El Gallito's many trucks. Can't go wrong with the carne asada and smokey dark salsa.

read full review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/06/tacos-y-cemitas-el-monchis.html
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Garcia Bros
8533 Venice Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90034, US
salsa verde is very spicy. Meat is inconsistent. Order carnitas and asada. Skip the al pastor.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2005/11/garcia-bros.html
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Tacos Los Guichos
W Slauson Ave & S Olive St
Los Angeles, CA 90003, US
Great al pastor and carnitas on the weekends. Sometimes they have two al pastor spits going.

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Alma's Tacos
3837 Whittier Blvd
East Los Angeles, CA 90023, US
The carne asada was nice and tender and had a nice citrus flavor. The al pastor pungently spiced with a little sweetness.
-Fresh homemade tortillas.

read full review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/09/almas-taco-truck.html
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Daniel's Taco Truck
Vanowen St & Lankershim Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, US
tortillas hecha a mano. Skip the al pastor. Try the asada, lengua or cabeza.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/09/daniels-tacos-san-fernando-valley.html
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El Antojito
S Figueroa St & W 168th St
Gardena, CA 90248, US
it's been ages since I've been here. I remember the tacos being pretty good. But they did have lettuce on them.

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Tacos El Tapatio
W Washington Blvd & S Redondo Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, US
al pastor from the spit is solid. Carne asada can be a little fatty at times.

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Mariscos y Tacos El Compa
8693 Venice Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90034, US
Tacos are $1 each and you garnish them yourself from the tubs of salsa. The carne asada was greasy and delicious, complimented perfectly by the hotly spiced salsa roja.
Also try the shrimp taco dorado.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2011/04/mariscos-y-tacos-el-compa-culver-city.html
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Kike's Tacos
W 2nd St & S Beaudry Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90012, US
Kike’s (short for Enrique, and pronounced Kee-Kay) has being slinging tacos at the corner of 2nd and Beaudry for over a decade

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2011/04/kikes-tacos-downtown-la.html
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La Estrella
Colorado Blvd & Highland View Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90041, US
The chile salsa roja and the carne asada and al pastor tacos dance on your taste buds. There’s just enough grease, just enough heat.

read review
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/02/la-estrella-eagle-rock.html
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El Sabroso
5100 N Figueroa St
Los Angeles, CA 90042, US
he tacos came topped with a nicely spiced salsa roja. I liked the beef; it was a little greasy,had no fatty bits, and had some nice flavor.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2011/04/el-taco-sabroso-vs-tacos-azteca.html
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Tacos Azteca
5621 N Figueroa St
Los Angeles, CA 90042, US
Both the suadero (beef rib) and carne asada were a little crispy. Neither salsa had much heat, but the salsa verde had good flavor. Overall just average tacos.

read full review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2011/04/el-taco-sabroso-vs-tacos-azteca.html
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El Flamin Taco
W Sunset Blvd & N Alvarado St
Los Angeles, CA 90026, US
homemade tortillas, al pastor cut from the spit. Good salsas.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/06/el-flamin-taco-echo-park.html
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Ruben's Tacos
11861 Santa Monica Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90025, US
good by Westside standards. Al pastor is inconsistent. Excellent salsa verde.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/09/rubens-tacos-west-la.html
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Tacos San Marcos
Sepulveda Blvd & Rayen St
Los Angeles, CA 91343, US
good salsas. Meats below average

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2011/05/tacos-san-marcos-panorama-city.html
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Tacos Tamix #2
1940 S Hoover St
Los Angeles, CA 90007, US
I ordered two more al pastor and drizzled salsa verde over them. The meat is good enough that you don’t need a lot of salsa and at $1 each it feels like your committing a crime if you don’t drop a couple extra bucks into the tip jar.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2011/05/tacos-tamix-2-hoover-st-and-w-20th.html
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Tacos Arandaz
Whittier Blvd & Goodrich Blvd
Southeast, CA 90022, US
classic LA taco truck tacos: finely diced meat with minced onion, cilantro, and a spicy salsa roja.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2011/05/whittier-blvd-taco-trucks-east-la.html
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Tacos Cuernavaca
Whittier Blvd & Eastmont Ave
East Los Angeles, CA 90022, US
These are big tacos for a buck and if you’re doing an extended taco crawl you may want to just order two of them. They’re good enough however that no one would blame you if you couldn’t resist to “dos mas”.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2011/05/whittier-blvd-taco-trucks-east-la.html
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Tacos El Galuzo
5555 Whittier Blvd
East Los Angeles, CA 90022, US
The asada and al pastor had great flavor, and the peppery salsa roja gives the tacos a little bite. It was nice having a grilled jalapeno to add a little extra heat.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2011/05/whittier-blvd-taco-trucks-east-la.html
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Tacos Tuzo
1323 Venice Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90006, US
tacos are just average . May have better luck with the barbacoa on tortillas hecha a mano on the weekend.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2011/05/tacos-tuzo-pico-union.html
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Tacos Savannah
N Alvarado St & Kent St
Los Angeles, CA 90026, US
The carne asada with the salsa roja was good enough that I ordered another. The greasy bits of steak had good flavor and no fatty bits.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2011/06/tacos-savannah-echo-park.html
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Tapatios de Jalisco
E Olympic Blvd & Fraser Ave
East Los Angeles, CA 90022, US
The al pastor is cut from the spit then griddled. It has a nice crispness to it with tender bits of pork; no pineapple though. The carne asada was finely chopped and mixed well with the onions and salsa. I really should have asked for a jalapeno to go with it.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2011/06/tapatios-de-jalisco-vs-tacos-texano.html
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Tacos Texano
E Olympic Blvd & Simmons Ave
Southeast, CA 90022, US
I ordered suadero, carne asada, and al pastor. The best of the three was the asada, which had nice meaty bits of well-seasoned steak. Great salsa verde.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2011/06/tapatios-de-jalisco-vs-tacos-texano.html
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Ruben's Tacos
10113 Venice Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90034, US
You’ll probably want to cover your plate with the red onion, radish, and cucumber salsa, and if you like spice then skip the roja and go with the salsa verde.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2011/05/rubens-tacos-culver-city.html
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El Sabroso
5100 N Figueroa St
Los Angeles, CA 90042, US
I liked the beef; it was a little greasy,had no fatty bits, and had some nice flavor. The pork tasted like carnitas, but it had a little achiote spice to it, so it was clearly El Sabroso’s al pastor offering.
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2011/04/el-taco-sabroso-vs-tacos-azteca.html
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Taco Dollar
Inglewood Ave
Inglewood, CA 90304, US
great salsas: habanero, verde. Asada is good. Al pastor inconsistent.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/09/taco-dollar-lennox.html
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Tacos Juanitas
S Western Ave & W 3rd St
Los Angeles, CA, US
good salsas and carne asada. Skip the al pastor
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Tacos Coty
W 11th St & S Union Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90015, US
May have got them on a bad day but these weren't very fresh tacos. And that's being kind.



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Tacos El Paisa
5102 N Figueroa St
Los Angeles, CA 90042, US
carne asada with salsa verde and a mexican coke. This truck is daytime only. At night it is replaced by Tacos Sabroso

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/02/el-paisa-highland-park.html
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Tacos Estilo Beverly
5644 E Beverly Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90022, US
50 cent tacos. Asada and al pastor both decent; no fatty bits.
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/02/tacos-estillo-beverly.html
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Tacos El Guero Sexi
4617 Whittier Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90022, US
best name for a taco truck evar.

pretty good tacos too.
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2007/08/tacos-el-guero-sexi.html
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Angelica
10149 Venice Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90034, US
A cemita truck that makes a decent carne asada taco. Good spicy salsas.

http://www.greattacohunt.com/2006/12/angelica.html
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Tacos El Primo
W Adams Blvd & S Redondo Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90016, US
asada and al pastor both above average. nice selection of salsas.

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Pepe's Tacos
4608 W Adams Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90016, US
They used to have a great salsa roja here. The last time I was here the salsa was not as good as I remember it and was too mild. Try the carne asada or carnitas. Al pastor is average.

http://www.greattacohunt.com/2006/07/pepes-tacos.html
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Carmen's
S Vermont Ave & W 8th St
Los Angeles, CA 90005, US
There are a few orange trucks called Carmen's in this area. The tacos I had were very poor: fatty bits, gummy texture etc. It's been awhile so maybe they have imrpoved
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Sergio's Taco Truck
6601 E Olympic Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90022, US
Truck parks next to the taqueria. Carne asada and salsa roja is excellent. Al pastor and carnitas just ok

read review: http://www.greattacohunt.com/2011/06/sergios-tacos-olympic-and-garfield.html
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The Surfer Taco
W 6th St & Columbia Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90017, US
large menu with everything from al pastor on the trompo to tortas, fish tacos, shrimp cocktails, and combo plates. They used to be at this corner every night but have start started tweeting their location which varies across the city

www.thesurfertaco.com
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La Reyna Tacos #2
N Western Ave & Romaine St
Los Angeles, CA 90029, US
decent tacos. asada with salsa roja was pretty good. tortillas were wilted though.

read review
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2011/06/la-reyna-tacos-2-western-ave-and.html
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Tacos Colima
York Blvd & N Ave 56
Los Angeles, CA 90042, US
reviewed this truck when they parked at La Brea and Venice. They were last seen at Ave 56 and York. They may have moved again.

asada was better than average. Didn't like the carnitas at all. Birria was good.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2010/09/tacos-colima-la-brea-and-venice.html

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Tacos Don Beto
W Pico Blvd & S Cochran Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90019, US
this wagon was last seen at this location. They were seen at La Brea and Venice for awhile but moved back to their old location here on Pico. It's been ages but I l the tacos : asada, al pastor and the salsa roja

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Ruben's Tacos y Mulitas
1221 E 1st St
Santa Ana, CA 92701, US
homemade tortilla, excellent salsa habanero. Carne asada and al pastor very good. Did i mention the habanero?

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Tacos El Guero Sexi
4617 Whittier Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90022, US
Best name for a taco truck evar but just decent tacos. Asada is finely chopped and greasy. Good salsa roja.

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Para Tacos El Guero
E Vernon Ave & McKinley Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90011, US
They run a pretty tight operation at Tacos El Guero. One man takes the orders and handles the money, another mans the al pastor spit, while another is in charge of cooking the offals, sausage, and carne asada; all of which are cooked in a cylinder grill, except for the buche which is crisped up on a flat top grill.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2011/06/para-tacos-el-guero-south-central.html
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Tacos El Tito
16702 S Vermont Ave
Gardena, CA 90247, US
chicken tinga and asada both good. Avoid the al pastor. Solid salsas.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2011/07/tacos-el-tito-gardena.html
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Cemitas Poblanas Junior
E Olympic Blvd & S Rowan Ave
East Los Angeles, CA 90023, US
order the tacos arabes- stir fried pork and onions in a flour tortilla.

read review: http://www.greattacohunt.com/2011/09/cemitas-poblanas-juniors-east-la.html
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Tacos Velazquez
6219 S Vermont Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90044, US
The al pastor was cut from the spit but not directly on to the tortilla and there was no pineapple.

read full review: http://www.greattacohunt.com/2011/09/taqueria-velazquez-south-central.html
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Cemitas Tepeaca
S Atlantic Blvd & E Beverly Blvd
East Los Angeles, CA 90022, US
My plate came loaded up with all kinds of goodies: a grilled jalapeno, limes, radishes, pickled onions and carrots. The meat was packed into small tortillas. The chorizo was greasy with little crisp bits of tasty sausage.

read review: http://www.greattacohunt.com/2011/09/cemitas-tepeaca-east-la.html
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El Antojo
El Antojo parks in front of USC county hospital during the daytime. Would I drive out of my way for El Antojo? Probably not. But if I ever get checked into County USC someone is going to be making a taco run.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2011/09/el-antojo-county-usc.html
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Tacos El Gallito
Los Angeles, CA, US
go at night time for the charcoal grilled carne asada they cook outside the truck. Nice salsa bar too.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2011/10/tacos-el-gallito-la-brea-and-venice.html
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Julies tacos
Los Angeles, CA, US
lower quality meats here. Much better tacos in the area. Salsa roja was good
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Tacos Monchis
Osborne St & Arleta Ave
Los Angeles, CA 91331, US
decent tacos. good asada. Salsa just avg

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2011/10/tacos-monchis-arleta.html
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Tacos El Gallito
Los Angeles, CA, US
go at night for the carne asada they cook on a grill outside the truck

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2011/10/tacos-el-gallito-la-brea-and-venice.html
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Tacos Leo
1515 S La Brea Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90019, US
Best Al Pastor in the history of time. Cut from the spit on to tortilla.

read review:
http://www.greattacohunt.com/2011/06/tacos-leo-las-al-pastor-king.html
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Tacos Los 3 Potrillos
2800 Wabash Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90033, US
It’s late at night in East LA where it seems you can find taco trucks on every street corner. This is City Terrace, the gateway to the real east los. I think this is where Hector from the Morrissey’s “First of the Gang to die” stayed. Maybe not, but I’m sure the home for the blind is somewhere around here.