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Tacos El Aca-toy

I’ve mentioned this before, but sometimes the best food is not in a fancy restaurant. If you want simple, authentic Mexican food, you don’t always have to go to an authentic Mexican restaurant to serve it to you. All it takes is to stop by a local food truck or stand to get it.

There is a food truck/stand we have found that we have been to several times. There is no big sign to tell you which one it is. We just know it is the first truck/stand on the right of the park, Járdin Tequisquiapan, on Mariono Ávila off of Av. Venustiano Carranza. They do have “Tacos El Aca-toy” written on the side of the truck where you order and “Taqueria El Aca-toy” written above the awning.

They serve quesadillas, tacos, tortas, gringas (which is a taco variety with a white tortilla), alambre, and so much more. They can fix these however you like your food. Since we are mostly vegetarian, we ordered a vegetarian alambre that had onions, peppers, pineapple, with sliced avocado on top and served with corn or white tortillas.

We ate for less than $100 pesos (less than $6 USD) and that included a soda.

The stand has about 8-10 plastic chairs up against the wall where you can sit and eat your food. At the stand they also have an abundance of toppings you can add from a variety of sauces to pico de gallo. Additionally, they serve a variety of drinks.

They open around 5:30-6:00 pm every day and stay open to about 11ish… I guess it all depends on how busy they are through the evening.

So stop by and get some food. Afterwards, walk around the park next to it and enjoy your evening.

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I've mentioned this before, but sometimes the best food is not in a fancy restaurant. If you want simple, authentic Mexican food, you don't always have to go to an authentic Mexican restaurant to serve it to you. All it takes is to stop by a local food truck or stand to get it. There is a food truck/stand we have found that we have been to several times. There is no big sign to tell you which one it is. We just know it is the first truck/stand on the right of the park, Járdin Tequisquiapan, on Mariono Ávila off of Av.…

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Summary : If you don't need a waiter and want some good Mexican food without all the side dishes, stop by here. Very delicious.

User Rating: 4.9 ( 1 votes)

About Kev

Kev is just a man trying to make life happen. He loves his wife, but loves God even more. Enjoying the adventure of living in San Luis Potosí, MX for a couple of years and embracing the people and their culture.

3 comments

  1. Hi! Thanks for your SLP tour, I will follow your adventures there. My family and I are expecting for a SLP destination from Spain, we have no problem with the language, obvious, but we have lots of questions about security, place to live, schools (we have a 16 years old girl and a 9 years old boy) well, I think the most important is the security, how do you life this question? Can you answer me this please? I would like to know some opinions. Thank you so much!!! Big hugs from Spain.
    Inma

    • Inma! I am so sorry for not replying any earlier. You comment got marked for moderation. Sorry!!! Are you in SLP now? Please check out our Facebook page

  2. Hello,

    I am spending my winters in San Luis Potosi and am interested in making contact with expats living here. I understand there is a group of foreigners that meet periodically. But have not made contact.

    Not a vegitarian, I would think it a bit difficult to eat out in this meat crazy city, on the other hand the stores are full of fantastic fresh vegetables.

    I look forward to communication with you. Happy Thanksgiving. Love the Mexican football anouncers. SCOOOOOOOOOOOOOORE. LOL

    Patrick

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