Al pastor > any other taco meat

Oct 26, 2017
2,171
California
Brought to you by my conversation with a coworker during lunch.

You cannot dispute this.







As a matter of fact, I'm having some for dinner because searching for the pics made me want some.

Pastor > all.
 

Blackflag

The Fallen
Oct 25, 2017
1,468
I can't argue because they are the bomb but I had rib eye tacos last week and they were the best thing ever.
 

Zeshile

Avenger
Dec 22, 2017
176
Kansas
Hell yeah. I've only recently discovered al pastor but it's quickly become my favorite.

I will admit I was a little confused the first time, but in a good way.
 
Oct 25, 2017
4,502
Dude you will never find me just eating one taco.
I get like 4 and make each one a different meat. Al pastor always included.
 

Alpheus

Member
Oct 25, 2017
472
carne asada for me as my #1 but my order usually includes at least 1 al pastor carnitas and barbacoa when i spring for tacos instead of Pupusa
 

Prison_mike

Member
Oct 26, 2017
372
Wait.... do tacos arabes in Puebla count?

If not.....

Birria!



And fish tacos in Ensenada!



Love al pastor though

edit: oh shit, forgot about cochinita pibil also. Sorry OP
 

Fuchsia

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Oct 28, 2017
3,546
It's either chorizo, al pastor, or carnitas.

Depends on the day. I'll usually get a couple of each.
 

WaffleTaco

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Oct 25, 2017
2,906
I want to say yes, but I’ve only had it two places. One is where I get it everytime I go to that restaurant. The other restaurant I have not ordered from since having their al pastor.
 

fick

Member
Nov 24, 2018
994
The name and cooking style make sense once you know it, but it blew my mind that al pastor was invented by lebanese (I think) immigrants to mexico
 

Agar25

Member
Apr 12, 2018
3,395
Y’all are good people, well besides the one guy who said chicken smh.
Carnitas>Buche> Fried Fish>Asada w/ lime>Pastor>Everything else
 

nitewulf

Member
Nov 29, 2017
1,234
Err....no, al pastor is too sweet to be the best. Beef Suadero or Cecina are great, barbacoa de chivo (steamed goat), as is Tinga de Pollo .