4250 W. Broad St (just inside of 270 by the Family Thrift)
‘Tapatio’ is a nickname for people from Guadalajara, and unsurprisingly so are the owners of this new truck. They have only been open a couple of weeks, and on our visit they had a limited menu; the only protein offerings were pork (al pastor), chicken, and beef (asada).
A sincronizada is a cross between a ham and cheese sandwich and a quesadilla. It is two tortillas sandwiching melted cheese and ham. Here it was topped with salsa, lettuce and avocado and cut into quarters. It was a little messy to eat and to my taste under crisped.
The sope was fried to order. It was smaller than some of the other trucks but the deep frying gave it a nice crunch and it wasn’t too greasy.
We also tried some chicken tacos. Fine, but nothing special, and the tortillas were a little under done. Bear in mind, though, that the truck was pretty new when we visited – they deserve the benefit of the doubt at this point. They said that they plan to offer more meat options at the weekend including barbacoa and carnitas.