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Old 08-28-2009, 02:58 PM
 
Location: San Antonio-Potranco/1604
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There used to be a taco truck on Zarzamora just north of the Cincinnati intersection. They have/had great tacos!
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Old 08-29-2009, 07:28 AM
 
Location: NE San Antonio
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I'm looking for either a taco stand or a sit down place that has good tacos, not crispy tacos, with some good salsa. I haven't found something that reminds of the places I used to go in Santa Ana, CA. I've tried a few place but I've been mostly dissapointed with the salsas they have. It's like they make them all water downed. If it's a sit down with like a salsa bar that has red or green salsa, with carrots and jalapenos in vinegar, and grilled yellow peppers that
would be even better. I think I'm going to try that new taco truck on marbach and hunt lane just passed that Napa store. If you have any places you can share I'll appreciate it.

GUAJILLOS near Blanco might be to your taste, they serve interior Mexico food, very good.

CHARRO on Harry Wurzbach serves the vinegar carrots & peppers
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Old 08-29-2009, 04:35 PM
 
Location: San Antonio-Westover Hills
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Coming from Houston, we have taquerias everywhere. Pastor, everywhere. Surely San Antonio has more than Houston?

I found this--looks good--might have to try it... El Chilaquel Taqueria on W. Commerce

Is there not a Ninfa's in SA? I thought that was state-wide. Best darned fresh corn tortillas...
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Old 08-29-2009, 08:43 PM
 
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GUAJILLOS near Blanco might be to your taste, they serve interior Mexico food, very good.

CHARRO on Harry Wurzbach serves the vinegar carrots & peppers
I'll keep those places in mind. I might try one of them tommorrow, thanks!!!
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Old 08-29-2009, 09:06 PM
 
Location: San Antonio, Texas
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I'm from los angeles, so I think I know what you are looking for. The closest thing I could find so far is Los Robertos, but it's by the Airport on 281 and Bitters right next to a club called the falls. They are open 24/7, serve shredded beef tacos in a real corn tortilla that is fried and taquitos. Not expensive at all, and they also carry like 6 different Salsa's. It is well worth a visit no matter where you live in SA.
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Old 08-30-2009, 01:17 AM
 
Location: San Antonio, TX
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You might want to try Taconazo(it's a taco truck)'s tacos. It's run by husband and wife, who are from Guadalajara, MX. They serve carne Asada tacos, barbacoa tacos, al pastor tacos as well as Tortas---in Jalisco style. You get to pick salsa too. (regular or spicy or green) They're sooooo good that I don't eat tacos anywhere else. The only downside is that they're only open Thursday/Friday/Saturday/Sunday evenings & nights, but it's worth the wait. They park at Culebra meat market's parking lot so it's really easy to find.

"Taconazo" @ Culebra meat market#17
8230 Culebra Rd
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Old 08-30-2009, 09:25 AM
 
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You might want to try Taconazo(it's a taco truck)'s tacos. It's run by husband and wife, who are from Guadalajara, MX. They serve carne Asada tacos, barbacoa tacos, al pastor tacos as well as Tortas---in Jalisco style. You get to pick salsa too. (regular or spicy or green) They're sooooo good that I don't eat tacos anywhere else. The only downside is that they're only open Thursday/Friday/Saturday/Sunday evenings & nights, but it's worth the wait. They park at Culebra meat market's parking lot so it's really easy to find.

"Taconazo" @ Culebra meat market#17
8230 Culebra Rd
Thanks Kabrona, sorry if that didn't sound right. Lol. Definetly I'll try el Taconazo. Last night I went to the one on Marbach, la Salcita, and I tried the carnitas and cabeza tacos hmmm, good. Btw if you tried this taco truck tell them how many tacos you want not how many orders. They don't sell by order like many other taco trucks.
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Old 04-07-2010, 07:52 PM
 
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Default So. Cal Mexican food

Off 281 and Bitters there is a place called Los Robertos... It is just like any Albertos, Robertos, Hilbertos you will find in Sothern Cali. Excelent rolled tacos.. YUMMMM
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