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Mariscos stands/trucks

Drehound Oct 3, 2008 12:58 PM

Can anyone recommend any mariscos stands or trucks??? I am looking for some great ceviche, seafood tacos, etc... Preferably on the eastside...but will venture west!! Thank you!

  1. Servorg Feb 18, 2014 07:53 PM

    Ricky's Fish Tacos https://twitter.com/RickysFishTacos

    1. blackbookali Feb 18, 2014 04:36 PM

      hey guys - looking for the same thing and since it has been awhile, looking to revive the thread.

      Mariscos Jalisco is pretty well known about. A search off of Yelp pulled these trucks rather quickly:

      Cuyutlan Colima Marisco Truck
      2238 E 1st St
      Los Angeles, CA 90033
      Boyle Heights

      Rico’s Mar Azul Mariscos Truck
      4702 N Figueroa St
      Highland Park, CA 90042

      Mariscos 4 Vientos
      3000 E Olympic Blvd
      Los Angeles, CA 90023

      Mariscos Muchoacon
      Vermont Ave & 5th St
      Los Angeles, CA
      Koreatown, Wilshire Center

      El Hamecla Mariscos Truck
      1360 Rose Ave
      Los Angeles, CA 90291

      Guillen’s Mariscos El Guero Taco Truck & Seafood
      6136 W Manchester Ave
      Los Angeles, CA 9004

      Mariscos Taco Truck -aka Sisco’s
      S.E. corner of Centinela Ave. and Venice Blvd.
      Los Angeles, CA 90066

      Mariscos Maria Catering Truck
      2241 S Vermont Ave
      Los Angeles, CA 90007
      Phone number (323) 731-3108

      Curious to see if anybody on here can vouch for these guys as well. Have yet to eat raw oysters off a street corner in LA and this needs to be rectified quickly!!

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        Sgee Feb 18, 2014 08:40 PM

        Rico's is still there although I prefer Mariscos Jalisco or 4 Vientos on Olympic

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        squirrelo Oct 3, 2008 03:27 PM

        There's a great truck on weekends and holidays at Sycamore Grove park (on Figueroa, in Highland Park). Go to the one that is white, with blue writing, not the one that is blue, with white writing. Sounds confusing, but you'll know which one to choose by the line of loyal customers. Their cocteles and tostadas mixtos are delicious. Helps that they're lovely people, too.

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          africanizedkiller Oct 3, 2008 06:33 PM

          The two seemed pretty similar as far as I could tell (in terms of tostadas mixtas, that is). The one parked further south (blue?) serves hot cocteles, which are nice come winter. My only complaint with this one is that their tostada shells seem old, as the oil has a funny (rancid?) flavor... like that of paint.

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            FullAutoMedic Feb 18, 2014 07:54 PM

            Is this white truck in Highland Park still around these days? I've been craving a shrimp and octopus coctel.

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            panahead Oct 3, 2008 03:12 PM

            antonio runs a truck called the "isla bonita" he parks on the south side rose ave. west of lincon blvd. and east of main st. in venice.... he is there every day except thursday and he makes incredible ceviche tostadas!!! the best!!!! they are 2 bucks a pop and are worth every penny.... he also has great tacos... tortas... etc... etc.... check him out...

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