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Bristol street food truck The Little Taquero is opening an authentic Mexican tortilleria

Bristol is already home to some great Mexican food, thanks to numerous street food stalls, pop-ups and some excellent restaurants, but things are about to get even spicier thanks to the team at The Little Taquero. The popular food truck has gained a fierce reputation in Bristol for its mouthwatering tacos, which have been sold at many a street food market since launching back in 2015. The team behind The Little Taquero have now decided to up their game even further by investing in a tortilleria, which will sell fresh, authentic tortillas from their base in Fishponds from spring 2018 onwards.

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The Little Taquero has invested in a tortelleria, which will make fresh, authentic Mexican tortillas.

A tortilleria is an industrial-size tortilla machine, which is being imported directly from Mexico.

It means owners Chris and Kerry Hall will be able to make even more delicious tortillas and supply some of Bristol’s best delis and restaurants with their products, alongside selling their wares directly from the kitchen and at street food markets and festivals. Chris said: “In Mexico there’s a tortilleria in every town and city offering fresh, soft corn tortillas, just like bakers do with bread here. In the UK we’re not so lucky – the quality and availability of corn tortillas isn’t great, so we decided to make them ourselves and have been ever since.

“With this new machine we’ll be able to improve the consistency of our tortillas and increase our event numbers, as well as provide fresh, soft gluten-free tortillas for anyone who wants them.”

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The Little Taquero’s street food van

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The new machine will be operating out of The Little Taquero’s commercial kitchen, in Fishponds, and people will be able to enjoy fresh, hot tortillas straight out of it on designated collection days throughout the week.

To keep up to date with the project’s progress, visit the Little Tortilleria website[1] .

References

  1. ^ http://www.thelittletortilleria.co.uk/ (www.thelittletortilleria.co.uk)



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