Fiesta Cantina serves up a menu of tasty Mexican-style eats and throat deparchers in a festive space lined with high-definition TVs. Fix competition-craving eyes on a sportive game or a live UFC fight while mouths focus on chicken-filled Santa Monica rolls ($6) or the tres amigos dip platter, a posse of guacamole, queso, black bean dip and hot or mild salsa served with fresh corn tortilla chips ($8).
The authentic Mexican cuisine that Kala Truck's cooks create is as artful as the calla lily design on the side of its large, black truck. The design expresses the passion Kala’s owners share for bringing traditional Mexican cuisine to the masses, which is why they decided to create an accessible restaurant on wheels rather than an inaccessible restaurant in the depths of the ocean. Family recipes made with fresh ingredients are carefully arranged to create each dish on the food truck’s menu, including Patron-marinated steak tacos, vegetarian quesadillas, pulled pork and blackened shrimp sandwiches, and ancho chile-drenched enchiladas.
It's no wonder why Caliente Southwest Grille is always so crowded. Using locally grown vegetables and making their own sauces, salsas, and dressings in-house, the chefs serve both Tex-Mex classics and intriguing innovations.?For example, there's the carnitas platter, a helping of tender braised pork cooked in banana leaves, and the seafood tacos, brimming with wild salmon, grilled mahi-mahi, or Cajun shrimp. Pineapple tortilla wraps are livened up with a fresh pineapple-jicama relish, and salads like the caliente tropical salad prove that even vegetables can set your ears on fire. Breakfast is also available, with offerings like french toast or chorizo and egg burritos.