Tacos are serious business. I don't know one person that doesn't like tacos. Not one person. In Southern California, we have all kinds of tacos. You think of it and we have probably put it in in a tortilla. There are blogs just about tacos. And blogs about tacos in LA, blogs about taco trucks and even blogs just about carne asada. There is never a shortage of taco talk.
I've been known to
pay overpay ($4 cough, cough) for a taco but sometimes you just crave a good, cheap one or even one from Taco Bell. Tacos Mexico in Buena Park has .60 Tacos Wednesday from 8am-8pm, you can get Asada, Cabeza Al Pastor, Pollo, Carnitas, Tripas y Lengua! (I could have sworn Buche was on the menu too)
The rice and beans is good stuff too - see that plate? Only $2! They keep a condiment bar open with limes, chiles and carrots. Lunch for 3 of us was under $10!
7695 Knott Ave.
Buena Park, CA 90620
Labels: .60 Tacos Wednesday, A Day In The Hood, Affordable, Buena Park, California, Culture, Diversity, Family Meal, Food, Mexican, Street Tacos, Tacos Mexico