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What a Find! Really Good Tacos: El Polloron Taco Trailer at Ponds Springs and Anderson Mill

Anne17 | Sep 18, 200909:05 PM

Northwest Austin at Ponds Springs and Anderson Mill

Adding a review about the El Polloron Taco trailer at the corner of Anderson Mill and Pond Springs in the gas station parking lot. I got the pork tacos. They came with tons of fresh cilantro and onions and a very generous scoop of filling. The pork was marinated and b-b-qued in an amazing red sauce. They came with limes and little containers of delicious green sauce. They were spicy and some of the best tacos I have had. What was really surprising is after some really amazing bites--I thought, what is that flavor? I took a closer look and realized pineapple had been added to it. It was sooo good. The chicken and beef tacos were had by other family members and they all said they were delicious.

We stopped there on a lark. One of my kids just finished soccer practice at Town and Country Optimist Club and we were all starving. One of other my kids said, "Mom, let's stop there. I feel like tacos for dinner!" I said, no, because I do not usually frequent food trailers (like ever). My kids talked me into it. I actually turned us around and am so glad I did! We can't wait to go back tomorrow for breakfast tacos. It was so good, I can see us going there frequently.

He has great prices and I think he is open from 7am until 8 pm weekdays, 7-8 Saturdays, and 7-3 Sundays. He also does plates; chicken and carne asada, which include rice, charro beans, tortillas, onions and salsa. I took his business card so I could post about this place and the plate information is on his card. His phone number is 939-6662 for pick up orders.

We do Taco Deli tacos and other breakfast tacos at work frequently---I am going to bring a bunch of his breakfast tacos to work, because people are going to *love* them.

Wanted to share. He doesn't have table and chairs, so there is not anywhere to sit. We ate ours in the car. Oh! They were so good, we actually got seconds.

I am always looking for good finds; thought I'd share this one for all those out there who love a really good taco. Sorry no picture or link. He is in a small white trailer in the on the left side of Anderson Mill headed east towards Town and Country Optimist.

Hope whoever checks it out likes it as much as we did.

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