For a city that prides itself on keeping things weird, we present to you a weird yet wonderful way of getting some authentic handmade tacos. Taco Pedaler isn't exactly a food truck, it's a trike converted taco stand that wheels its way through the Portland streets, delivering tacos in an environmentally friendly manner. Not only are they saving the ozone layer by not using gas, they're also wrapping each taco in compostable, biodegradable paper, leaving no footprint behind. That's something to brag about.
What's more, Taco Pedaler takes pride in authenticity, serving up tacos the way they've been doing in Mexico for hundreds of years. Each corn tortilla is hand pressed and made to order, filled with ingredients that are all natural and locally sourced when possible. That means you're getting the traditional street tacos of the beef, pork and chicken variety, transporting your tastebuds to south of the border bliss. You'll find Taco Pedaler roaming the streets, but why not invite 'em to your next event? Sure, your friends might think tacos-on-wheels is a weird concept, but then again, isn't that what Portland's all about?
Baja Fish Taco - freshly caught white fish from the shores of the Pacific Northwest is battered with gluten free masa and fried to a crispy golden brown, topped with cabbage, cilantro, spicy crema and sweet pineapple pico de gallo