Best Taco Truck - 2008
Mi Lindo Huetamo #2
This stately white and stainless steel taco truck can be found at the corner of Hillcroft and Jessamine on the same block as Droubi's Middle Eastern grocery and bakery. The cooking is top-notch, and the garnishes are unusually elaborate. Try the quesadillas al pastor, lovingly topped off with sour cream, avocado and cilantro. You get two salsas with every order, a fiery red and a tart green, and a little foil pouch full of radishes and marinated onions. "My beautiful Huetamo #2" is the English translation; the taqueria on wheels was named after the town of Huetamo in the Tierra Caliente region of Michoacán. The truck was recently purchased by a seasoned kitchen veteran named Nicolas who has worked in Houston restaurants, including Carrabba's and Pappas Brothers Seafood, for the last 22 years. Nicolas decided it was time to go out on his own. He says the hours are long, but he doesn't have a boss anymore, so it's worth it.
I went to see and check and eat by myself this small taco truck and to be honest its prices are very expensibles for the same money you can be able to eat a real and complete Mexican plate at Doneraquin on Westhimer.
My name is El Viejo Paulino from the industrial capital of Mexico: MONTERREY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Sorry to break it to you folks. I see no need in having to stand out in the hot sun waiting for my order! I love my mexican food but there is no such thing as good food from a roach coach. You can argue about it all day but in the end you know the only people that will buy your food are the ones coming out of the cantinas at 2 in the a.m. That is why every roach coach you see is next to a cantina. Truth hurts!!!
IM HALF OWNER BECAUSE MY DAD IS THE OWNER OF MI LINDO HUETAMO #2 AND I HAVE PROOF NICOLAS TORRES IS MY DAD SO *^#$ YOU