5 of our favourite Taco spots in Vancouver and the Lower Mainland
Who doesn't love a good Taco?!
Would've made so much sense to write this on Taco Tuesday, but it's Wednesday, which is our usual food day, and heck, have we got another amazing, mouth-watering list!
Check out five of our favourite taco spots we've visited recently; we strongly recommend trying them out next time you're craving Mexican food!
Sal y Limon is a Vancouver staple! Located right on the corner of Kingsway and Fraser St., they're known best for their affordable but absolutely delicious $3 tacos.
Even if you're a big eater, three to four of these are enough to satisfy you. Pair it with a Pineapple Jarrritos, and you've got one heck of a meal.
Sal Y Limon also has a location in Surrey, and before you fly out (if it's possible considering COVID, depending where you're going), there's a location at YVR Airport!
We've featured La Mezcaleria a million times, but there's a good reason why.
Their quesadillas are awesome, their drinks are refreshing, but their tacos are the REAL DEAL. Anything chorizo at La Mezcaleria is seriously to die for.
The next time you're on 'The Drive,' we highly recommend stopping by for tacos and drinks here!
Tacofino is another Vancouver staple, known for their roaming food trucks and multiple storefronts serving up their famous fish tacos made from Pacific Cod.
Plus, they're huge, so, if you want refreshing, delicious, and large portions all-in-one, go to Tacofino.
Taps & Tacos is one of our favourite spots located in Port Moody!
They're a black-owned business, and part of our focus is supporting and promoting local, BIPOC-owned businesses and attractions across the city, and the Lower Mainland.
Try EVERYTHING on their menu, but the next time you're out East in the Tri-Cities, Taps & Tacos is your place for delicious tacos and drinks.
Maizal prides themselves on authentic Mexican and Latin flavours, and their food does it justice.
They've got a traditional selection of tacos, from Pastor, Carnitas, Pescado, and so much more. Next time you're in Mount Pleasant on Main Street, don't pass this place.