Seattle based taco truck specializing in authentic Mexican cuisine.
Serving you the best in Traditional Mexican Cuisine, made fresh daily. We
also offer professional catering and we are available for any type of banquet.

Have you been craving truly authentic Mexican food in the Seattle area?
Well, Los Chilangos has got what you've been looking for. We're driving a taco truck packed to the
brim with family recipes, generations of culinary experience, and farmers' market fresh ingredients on the Eastside, and out of the window on the side we're dishing out the Mexico City style street food you've unknowingly been waiting your entire life for. And seeing as we're already on wheels, we've developed a catering service that can deliver these savory dishes right to your home or business for any size party or function.

A brief description about  Al Pastor

Al pastor (Spanish; "Shepherd style") is a dish developed in Central Mexico, likely as a result of the adoption of the shawarma spit-grilled meat brought by Lebanese immigrants to Mexico.[1] Having derived from the shawarma, it is also similar to the Turkish doner kebab and the Greek gyros. Whereas döner is usually lamb-based (thus the "shepherd style" name), gyros and tacos al pastor in Mexico are made from pork.

In some places of Northern Mexico, such as Nuevo Leon, Durango, Chihuahua, these are usually called Tacos de Trompo if served on maize flour tortillas, and gringas if they are served on wheat flour tortillas with cheese. A similar dish is called Tacos Árabes, which originated in Puebla in the 1930's from Lebanese-Mexican cuisine. Tacos √Ārabes use shawarma-style meat carved from a spit, but are served in an oversized thick flour tortilla called pan arabe. These tacos have been brought by Mexican immigrants to the United States in the past few years and have become popular in cities like Chicago and Los Angeles, the two largest Mexican and Mexican-American population centers in the United States