Did you know that Los Tacos, a special taqueria concept created by the people behind the Cali-Mex eatery Baja, is now available every Saturday at the Mt Gravatt Street Food Market?
From the minds behind the popular Cali-Mex eatery Baja is Los Tacos, a taco-centric concept that opens at the Mt Gravatt Street Food Festival every Saturday. It pays homage to the classic Mexican meal with a special menu that serves up four specific types of taco: pork carnitas, fried chicken tacos, beef barbacoa, and vegetarian tres frijoles.
Tacos won’t be the only meals available , however, as their menu also offers classic Cali-Mex snacks such as street corn, fresh ceviche, and guacamole to cater to those looking to help themselves to some authentic Mexican food. Also available on-site are their margaritas, allowing people to wash down their meals with an indulgent and alcoholic kick.
The concept first emerged in Fortitude Valley, popping up at the Baja venue every Tuesday to test the waters and see if these specially-made tacos sold enough to warrant the creation of a stand-alone taqueria.
Eventually, Los Tacos launched at the Mt Gravatt Street Food Market to see if the concept is well-received in other suburbs. Plans are in the works to find the taqueria a permanent hope, and judging by its popularity, it’s likely that it won’t remain a mere concept for long.
Those interested in reserving a spot can do so via Baja’s booking system, however Los Tacos also caters to walk-in customers.
Los Tacos can be found at the Mt Gravatt Street Food Market, which is hosted at the Mt Gravatt Showgrounds at 1644 Logan Rd, Mt Gravatt every Saturday from 4:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. For more information on Los Tacos, follow their Instagram page here. To learn more about the Mt Gravatt Street Food Market, visit their website here, and follow their social media pages on Facebook and Instagram for the latest updates and announcements concerning the weekly event.