I live across the street from El Gallito and tried it the first day I moved to West LA. They have a few trucks around West LA and all are open late.
It’s the perfect spot for late night drunk food for me cause I could just walk across the street and pig out like David Hasselhoff. What’s better than eating off a roach coach at 2 AM while heavily intoxicated with Wild Turkey? I don’t know what could be classier than that.
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In addition, it’s a decent alternative if I don’t want to drive to El Chato. I could get my fix quick and be on my way. I usually go with the Al Pastor burrito because it has more flavor than the Asada. It’s salty, savory and dirt cheap. Furthermore, the vegetables used in the burritos are always fresh and crisp. The tacos are $1.50 and burritos are $5. It’s pretty reasonable in a part of Los Angeles that a few blocks from Rodeo Drive. What could be more Los Angeles than Chanel bags and tacos? LA face with an Oakland booty.
El Gallito provide lime, onions, hot sauce, and onions on a table in front of the truck. In addition, they sometimes provide a mild sauce and the spicier hot sauce. I would recommend going with the mild if you can’t eat spicy food. You don’t want to be sitting on the John the next morning unless that’s your boyfriend’s name. El Gallito is a decent taco truck in my book due to the convenience and the Al Pastor burrito. It’s definitely worth the walk if you live in the area.[adinserter name=”Block 1″]
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In addition, it’s a decent alternative if I don’t want to drive to El Chato. El Gallito is a decent taco truck in my book due to the convenience and the Al Pastor burrito. It’s definitely worth the walk if you live in the area.