1240 Georgesville Rd. (Shell station parking lot)
Open 10am – 10pm, 7 days a week.
Los Chilangos marks our first find of the 2011 taco truck season, and it’s an interesting one. Tortas are their calling card, and they quickly distinguish themselves by having a selection of over 20 of them to choose from.
And, they distinguish themselves in the super-sizing game as well – your average torta is already a big meal, but these things are out of control:
They’re good, too. Pictured above is the ‘nortena’, a satisfying behemoth that includes egg, chorizo, and milaneza.
Beyond tortas, the offerings are minimal – tacos, quesadillas, burritos, and huaraches round it out. Surprisingly, though, these were every bit as satisfying as the tortas (we’ve tried all save the burrito). Corn tortillas are made in-truck, make for a delicious differentiator, and are used not only with the tacos but also for the quesadillas. The thicker, also cornmeal-derived huarache base was also conspicuously handmade.
Note: this truck’s side window doesn’t operate, go to the rear to order and pick up.