Ask anyone to describe Taqueria Patzcuaro and you'll get the same response: "the food truck with the really long lines." And for good reason. They're serving up authentic Mexican food, prepared from recipes culled from the streets of Mexico City and served on the streets of Sunnyvale, CA.
Taqueria Patzcuaro's got all the makings of a fine Mexican restaurant except for, you know, it's a food truck. But the cocineros on board are trained in the art of tortilla making, hand pressing each and every one flat on the grill to form their exquisite tacos, burritos and quesadillas. And we'd be remiss not to mention their full bodied menu of meats, from the classic asada and al pastor to the exotic lengua and tripa. If you visit on the weekend, they've even got menudo, a traditional Mexican stew, and enchiladas just dripping with red sauce. So track down Taqueria Patzcuaro, and get in line. Trust us. It's well worth the wait.
Al Pastor Tacos - cut right from the trompo, savory pork is layered with pineapple bits, on freshly pressed tortillas topped with your choice of salsa, diced onions and cilantro