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Sergio's tacos is one of the most requested taco reviews we get here at L.A. TACO. For year we've received emails from passionate Sergio's fans telling us to get it together and review their favorite spot. We still haven't gotten around to it and as we've slept, Sergio's has been expanding. Our friend Bandini the Taco Hunter hasn't been asleep and has been continuing his never-ending taco hunt. Check out an excerpt from his Sergio's review below.

You’re at the corner of Garfield and Olympic, home to the newest Sergio's tacos taqueria. Do you eat at the taco truck, inside the restaurant, or the drive-up window? The drive-up window is out; you’re not that lazy, and the restaurant can wait; you’re on the foolhardy mission to blog about every taco truck in LA. The once empty lot, that now serves as Sergio's most happening taco outpost, is not short on options. But the choice is easy. You choose the taco truck.

al pastor and carne asada $1.25 each

The tacos are addictive and before you know it you’ve had a couple plates and can’t stop hiccuping. People are snickering because they think you can’t handle the heat, and it’s not a blistering heat; you just hiccup every time you eat something spicy. And you love spicy food. Go figure. The salsa is the star here but the carne asada is pretty damn good. The tacos are packed with the dense chunks of carne, and there’s a lot of flavor.

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