Expect a similar menu to the food truck’s, with al pastor, carne asada, and nopales, as well as quesadillas and breakfast tacos like machaca/eggs, etc., all made from its trompo and grill, served on handmade tortillas.
Co-owner Daniel Cobos previously told Eater that the restaurant would expand with more offerings too, like different tacos such as carnitas, plus adding an entire raspas bar.
Co-owners and brothers Daniel and Miguel Cobos grew up in the Rio Grande Valley and Monterrey, Mexico. They first opened as a push cart in downtown Austin in front of the Mexic-Arte Museum in 2016. It evolved with the Hyde Park food truck in 2017. That will remain open when the new restaurant debuts.