There have been many an argument on the true meaning of Los Carnalitos. At the root of it, carna is close to carne, and the litos? Well, we're not sure, but one thing's for sure: this is a taco truck that puts their perfectly seasoned meats, cooked in traditional style, at the forefront of a menu just brimming with authentic Mexican cuisine.
If you're lucky enough to live in Redwood City, then you're lucky enough to taste the difference between Mexican food prepared in the states vs. the way they're importing it from Mexico. You'll taste it in their al pastor, cut right from the trompo and served with fresh pineapple slices. Or their tortas on an authentic telera roll with queso Oaxaca. Of course, they've also got tacos, burritos and quesadillas, but where Los Carnalitos shines is in its antojitos, offering huaraches, gorditas and pambazos. You're not gonna find street food of this caliber anywhere else, so hit the streets and track down Los Carnalitos already. And maybe ask them what's the meaning of the word, just for curiosity's sake.
Torta De La Casa - the house specialty, this torta features a filet of milanesa, spicy salchicha sausage, ham and that Oaxacan cheese we keep talking about. Really, it's just that good