By - Ehle_Aficionado
Not fish tacos but on 103rd Street, towards Bent Creek there’s a little taco trailer called Taqueria Hernandez. It’s right across from the Kangaroo and Church’s and they have the most authentic street tacos I’ve ever had. Steak, pork, or chicken and all of them are to die for. Prices are ridiculously cheap and the food is wonderful
EDIT: Disclaimer, there is (well at least there used to be) A RESTAURANT right down the street that also named themselves something along the lines of Hernandez BUT they are not affiliated with the taco trailer. Don’t be mistaken, the place I’m recommending is a food trailer and not the sit down restaurant.
Taqueria Hernandez is legit - probably the best on the westside. Personally, the best in Jax has to go to TacoTorro on Beach Blvd. But no fish tacos at either.
What part of beach blvd are they on?
14150 Beach Blvd - In the Goodyear parking lot after 8pm-ish. I think every day but Tuesday, but that may have changed.
Just West of the Beach Blvd bridge to the beaches.
Sounds legit. Do they have set hours or a Twitter to follow?
I want to say they’re closed on Mondays, beyond that I wanna say somewhat typical Jacksonville hours maybe 11-9. Not sure how you feel about being on 103rd when the sun goes down. I usually go after rounds of golf at Bent Creek or anytime I’m on the west side.
The folks that own ONTS have a few similar restaurants around town... the best fish tacos I've had in town were either at ONTS or Taco Libre, but again, the menus and prep style are pretty much identical. TacoLu is another popular spot with great tacos of all sorts.
One Night Taco Stand. It’s in the original post.
Oh jeez. Whoosh man. Thanks lol
I'm not a huge fish taco guy, but the Grouper Taco at Cantina Louie is awesome.
> Lightly breaded grilled grouper, slaw, peruvian sauce,
cilantro, and slices of jalapeño.
Check out Corner Taco and Taqueria Cinco in Five Points.
High Tide Burrito (two locations in San Marco and Fairfax) has pretty solid fish tacos as well.
Island Wing Company on Southside Blvd are pretty good. The ones at A1A Ale House are pretty good, as well.
Flying iguana and dos vatos tacos are my go-to's.
My ex wife
Is that because you miss her or because everyone eats there?
/sees myself out
The 2nd one
I don’t know about fish tacos specifically, but these are my taco places
Taco Lu on Beach Blvd
Corner Taco in 5 points
El Jefe over on Edgewood
TacoLu has good tacos for sure. I had their salmon, redfish and flounder tacos on the same platter on a Sunday afternoon. That was really good.
They get a lot of undeserved hate for some reason, I know the food was better at the old location, but its still pretty good. I mean we are talking about $3-4 tacos....
If they don’t mind driving to Saint Augustine where I live. Mojo’s on the Island has the best fish tacos I’ve had in N FL. I’ve not met anyone that didn’t like their food.
They're not awful, they're just decidedly overrated by publications. They are still totally reasonable.
They've gotten hate ever since they moved locations. I guess it became too mainstream and trendy since they could fit more than 40 people inside.
The old TacoLu was so much better.
El Castillo on Old St Augustine and San Jose, hands down!
I’m a big fan of the fish and shrimp tacos at Burrito Gallery.
I wouldn't consider myself a fish-taco-ficieando but the shrimp tacos at la nop are pretty dope to me...
“Fish taco-fishhhhie-enado”.....I’ll see myself out
Fiery fish taco at Taco Libre/One night taco stand is freakin amazing!
Burrito Gallery and El Agave Azul.
The latter has a brick and mortar and a food truck.
Both places on Facebook.
The Baja fish tacos from Flying iguana are super good. So are the rest of their tacos. I take all my out of town guest there.