The Food: I ordered 3 tacos, one of each of the meats they offer - Grilled Chicken, Grilled Flank Steak, and Al Pastor. I told them I wanted corn tortillas and then encouraged them to put any toppings they wanted to make them as good as possible. I told them I like it pretty darn spicy, but not like I need to drink a gallon of milk spicy.
When I opened the styrofoam container when I got back to the office, the first thing I noticed was that I got flour tortillas - I guess that's the default. But, the tacos looked large and colorful, so I was hopeful. It went downhill from there. All three meats are listed on the menu as being marinated or rubbed with something, but all three were almost flavorless. Maybe I got a batch that had been missed or something. There was a sweet and smoky mango salsa they put on a couple of the tacos that was pretty good, but for so many ingredients all 3 tacos were severely lacking in flavor.
The Ingredients: They don't mention anything about local, organic, or sustainable ingredients. Who knows, maybe they'll come around some day. I hope so, it's a great concept, and it simply should not be that hard (or expensive) to increase the amount of seasoning and spices they're using to greatly improve the product.
The Story, Setting, & Service: Two guys were operating the truck when I got there, and they were both very nice. They seemed happy that I'd let them pick the ingredients. The service was fast too, so I wasn't made to wait around, which was good.
After eating, I did a quick search to see what others had been saying about this taco truck. From the looks of it, get in mah belly's experience wasn't any better than mine. Who knows, they're new, maybe they'll improve with time.