Last week, we introduced Jefe's Original Fish Taco and Burger. Now a review:
This brightly colored truck makes its round all over Miami filling the stomach's of both young and old. Though it;s only been around for a month, it seems to be catching on fast. Jefe's Original was one of the several food trucks at the Miami Fall for the Arts Festival this past weekend and sold well over 700 tacos.
The menu is jammed with all kinds of good stuff, like the taquitos, $5.65 made with corn tortillas rolled with either chicken or pork and some guacamole fresca. Then there's the All American cheeseburger ($4.65), a double ($5) stacked with two
patties or a "Double Double," $6.65 with double the meet, cheese and
everything in between. Don't forget the fries with your order -- a
sligghtly pricey $3. Fish tacos, perhaps the best thing served, go for
The music jamming from the
speakers suits the vibe, and the fact customers can get served without
even leaving their cars is pretty nice. Now if only they had a liquor
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