Street Tacos to Eat on the Street: Your SFoodie Lunch Planner

Tues., Feb. 16, 2010

There's a standard kitchen-burrito line at the back of Taqueria Vallarta, a broad, comfortable restaurant on 24th Street. But some days a burrito or plate of chiles rellenos is too much lunch. Those are the days when you pause at the street cart just inside the door, grab a taco, and continue on your way. For $1.50, the taco maker fries a couple of tortillas on the center of a domed griddle, then moves any of the standard taco meats from the grill's rim to the center to sizzle before placing them on the tortillas; you add your own onions, cilantro, salsas, and limes from the fixings bar in front of you.

Tags: , , ,

Related Stories