Taco Truck Telephone Taste Test

Taco Truck Telephone Taste Test


– Live and direct from Hollywood. – How do you find the
best taco in Los Angeles? – We’re gonna play a little
game of Taco Truck Telephone. – Taco Telephone. – Taco Telephone. – So we wanna find the best tacos. – And what better way to do
that than to go to a taco truck. – And at that taco vending establishment we are going to ask them
what they think is the best taco truck and go to that
taco truck and ask them– – What their favorite taco truck is. – And then we’re gonna
just keep hopping around until we find– – The absolute finest taco
in the county of Los Angeles. – And we’re also gonna eat some tacos, judging for ourselves,
who has the best tacos. (Latin music) – [Man] How many different
kinds of tacos do you have? – Okay, we will get one of each. Let’s test it out and
see what we got here. – Double wrap is what you need. – Tortillas on there. There’s a lot of cheese on mine. – Al pastor taco. – Al pastor. – Oh no, I can’t go with that one, no. – Why? – Beans. – You don’t like beans? – Uh uh. – Guy doesn’t eat beans,
he’s on a taco adventure. – Cheers. – Mmm.
– Mmm. – Not bad, right? – Cactus makes a good taco. – Yeah, so we got the two
beef left after Freddie massacred this chicken taco. – [Steven] That’s so good. That is deli– that is like… – This sauce is incredible. – It’s whimsical. – Whimsical? – Has a kick. – Mmmhmm. Whew! And then I have one question for you. If you aren’t eating tacos
here, where is your favorite place to eat tacos in Los Angeles? (laughs) – This is it. I mean we’re starting off
on a really strong foot. I don’t know if any other
places can top these, but we’ll see. – Hey, if there’s one thing
that I’ve learned about Los Angeles, never
underestimate the Valley. And that’s where we’re headed next. (tapping) – What? – You gonna make it? – Yeah, I’ll make it. I’m just getting over the taco coma. – What could happen at the next taco place that would make it better? – I fall in love with
the man cooking the tacos (laughter) – Alright, we have a new
mission for this video guys. – [Freddie] I think that’d make it– I think that would make the video. – [Colin] We are cabeza, buche– – [Freddie] Chorizo. – [Colin] Chorizo, lengua, and birria. – [Andrew] It’s so good. I’ve never had a taco that offered like this breadth of meat. – This is chorizo?
– [Freddie] Yeah. – You’re doing the chorizo right now. – Oh yeah, oh yeah.
– [Freddie] Chorizo… – That is whimsical
times a million. (laughs) – [Colin] My God.
(Freddie laughs) Whimsical times a million. – That’s like not even whimsical anymore. – Wow, the seasoning. – [Steven] I know right? – I mean, it’s like– – Let me at it. Oh yeah, that’s a killer chorizo. Rigo’s Tacos gets a
enthusiastic thumbs up. – [Andrew] And it’s covered in cactus. – [Freddie] Sorry cactus. So what we do is we’re going
to different taco vendors, restaurants, and trucks. We’re asking them where they
like to eat tacos in LA. – Hmmm, let me think about that. He says El Taurino in Van Nuys. – Nice, thank you. So our next stop is– – El Taurino. – [Freddie] I haven’t reached
the pinnacle of fullness yet. I think after the next place
I might be slowing down. Steven doesn’t look like he agrees. – I could eat tacos for days. What is in this meat? Oh! Oh my gosh! Give me 10 more of those. – Tongue, ta tongue tongue. – Get dirty on that lengua. (laughter) – [Steve] Oh gosh, yeah! Didn’t think I’ll be ever
saying that I like tongue but that was a good tongue taco. – Oh man! – [Freddie] Is this the spicy one? – Yeah, it’s hugely hot. Oh man! – Wow, it’s sweet. Like it has a slightly sweet aspect to it but it’s like not overwhelming. Mouthwatering has started. – I like how the tacos keep
getting better and better. – This is working guys. The Taco Telephone is working. – When you’re not eating your own food where else do you go? – Uh, for the booze, Taco’s Way. – Taco’s Way serves booze? – There’s booze and
really good micheladas. – Have any of you ever
had a michelada before? – [Freddie] No.
– [Colin] None of you? – [Steven] I don’t know what that is. – [Colin] Oh my god, we have
three people who are gonna have a michelada for the first time. Your minds are all gonna be blown. – To an impressive taco adventure. – Andrew and Freddie are
gonna have their first micheladas right now. – [Freddie] Well I love
beer and I love spices, I love shrimp. I mean its kinda all my favorite things. – That hits the spot. – Yes michelada. – Yeah! – Whoo! – Carnitas. – Okay, mind blown. That’s great, that’s wonderful. – Carnitas has the crispy
ends that just makes it. It’s like heaven. Like pork flavored popcorn in your mouth. – Mmm. Yeah this is
definitely tongue or head. – It’s something that
came from this region. – I like it, alot. It’s super tender and like it just slides on down your throat. – High fives all around guys. – Yeah. (laughter) – We went to progressively more awesome taco spots
throughout the day. – You know what I love about this? I love that like every time
you go to a new place you’re telling them that somebody
else recommended that place. That’s what makes this so great. – Yeah, they’re always thrilled. – Thanks for tuning in
to another episode of I don’t know what this is called yet. – Insert name here. (laughter)
– Yeah right. – We’ll see you next time.
(laughter) – I wanna do burgers next. – Can we? – Sure. – I’d be down. – Pastrami sandwiches. – Dumplings? – Oh my god we could do dumplings.