Looking for some unique Mexican eats on the streets? Mis Abuelos Barbacoa is here. This cart specializes in Hidalgo-style cuisine, adding some specific regional taste to the bevy of tacos, burritos, and beyond whipped up at this trailer. It’s no secret Portland, OR is a mecca for cultural diversity. So, embrace that with your taste buds by stopping on by for a meal.
Given the name, you’ve got to sample some of the barbacoa. Slow-cooked until dripping with juice and sporting a unique sweet-and-spicy flavor, you’ll love it served up on a taco, burrito, or quesadilla. However, this is also a great opportunity to try something new altogether. Ever tried corn smut? Rarely served in the United States, its truffle-like taste makes an excellent addition to any dish. Whatever you sample, you won’t regret indulging at Mis Abuelos Barbacoa. So, stop on by ASAP. Or, better yet, book ‘em for your next event. It’s sure to be a crowd-pleaser.
Tlacoyos - Deep-fried torpedo-shaped slabs of masa stuffed with well-seasoned beef, beans, and cheese.