My coworker who recently went wheat free (not just gluten free, wheat free) couldn't stop raving about the Mexico Blvd food truck. We went into finite details about their tacos and how delicious they are. I explained by reservations but he wholeheartedly reconfirmed that Chipotle this was not.
After looking over the truck side menu, I decided to get 3 different tacos ($8 special; normally $3 each) with the bistec, pork adobo, and chicken tinga with the addition of crispy cheese (+$0.50). Their tortillas are made completely of corn so no need to worry about wheat allergies there.
Then my stomach growled and told me to stop thinking so much and start eating. First the bistec on the left. Top round steak with beer and chile sauce. Top round is a relatively lean cut of meat and it was apparent it here. Despite the slightly dry but tender meat, the flavor was very good. I enjoyed the sweetness of the tortillas with the freshness of the onions, salsa, and cilantro on top. Overall, I thought it to be a very decent taco.
Mexico Blvd changed the Mexican food truck/cart world for me. I almost cast it aside but this experience was enlightening. I know nothing about authentic Mexican food but I do know that they served freaking delicious food and opened my eyes to something more. You know I'll be certain to go back.