Perry, the founder of New York Street Food, brings you his latest review on New York City street food. Mexico Blvd was created by a father and son team from Mexico who spent time traveling around Mexico […]
They don’t have a large menu, but what they do (tacos and tortas), they do well. We were in the mood for a sandwich, so we ordered a bistec torta, with extra spicy sauce on the side.
The Bistec taco was made with chunks of top round beef that were marinated in beer. If you’re a vegetarian, Mexico Blvd also serves a nice guacamole with chili-rubbed chips.
The Mexican sandwich came on a soft Portuguese roll and had chunks of marinated pork, lettuce, tomato, onions, jalapeño spears and slices of pineapple.
They truck was expected to debut in January, but ran into some “unexpected delays.” This is somewhat of a norm for new trucks — there are just too many details to foresee everything.