Rosarito is giving Austin, TX not one, but two opportunities to try out Baja Californian eats on the streets. They've got a taco truck and a ceviche truck, taking over the street food scene with delicious meals at every turn.
At Rosarito, they've diversified the menu to include a myriad of mouthwatering influences. As it turns out, the Baja Taco is a natural fusion of two culinary traditions, blending Mexican pacific seafood with Japanese spices and tempura style cooking. Get battered white fish tacos loaded with steamed rice and refried black beans, or try out their specialty battered calamari rings topped with pickled red onions. Not to mention their octopus ceviche swimming in a sweet and spicy habanero/orange dressing with pineapple and avocado in the mix. Honestly, it's all good here, so what are you still reading this for? Track down Rosarito's food trucks to get a taste for yourself, or have 'em bring it all to your next event in Austin. It's well worth it.
Ahi Tuna Tostada — A crispy tostada topped with sashimi grade tuna and avocado, drizzled with house-made soy sauce and chile toreado mayo, and garnished with fried leeks.
We just wanted something that in a word evoked the essence of Baja California, which for us is surf and fresh seafood.
I worked at a few restaurants before opening my own food truck.
I love sharing my culture through food. It is a very gratifying experience for me.
Weddings are our favorite events.
Our ahi tuna tostada and also our ensenada shrimp taco.
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