Taco Tuesday @ Truck and Tap : Historic Duluth
For taco Tuesday, Candace and I made our way to Historic Duluth to see what new food truck would be parked at Truck and Tap . I was totally not shocked to see a taco place there (being Taco Tuesday and all) but I really liked how authentic the flavors were.
Tacos Done Street Style
Of course, if I’m at a taco truck, I’m going to get tacos right? So we got the 4 for 10 special. (I still think its a bit pricey, but most food trucks in Georgia tend to keep the prices high to cover their overhead). This is typical because most food trucks are still required to have commercial kitchen space and are under more regulations. (read How to Start a Food Truck in Atlanta).
4 Tacos for $10 Special
I got the usual flavors you would find in taquerias: Chorizo, Pollo, Asada, Pastor. The look of the four tacos coming out was actually very impressive for a food truck. We got the tacos with everything on it but one thing I would say is that these do not come with forks.
That said – if you’re going to put grilled onions in the middle of 4 tacos, your asking for a mess on the customer’s side. I would rather they just distribute it for me so that I’m not running around trying to find napkins.
Besides that, the tacos were great. There was a jalapeno (green salsa) and another salsa made from a popular red pepper in Mexico that I cannot remember the name of. The sauce was fire! I mean literally, It was kicking spicy but had great flavor.
Serving in the Roswell Area
Talking to the owner, it appears this food truck is mainly located in the Roswell area so if your in the area check them out!