Two new Mexican-encouraged food vans open up in Perdido, Pensacola

If there are two items Pensacola foodies can’t get adequate of, it really is tacos

If there are two items Pensacola foodies can’t get adequate of, it really is tacos and meals trucks. 

So the audio of two manufacturer new Mexican-inspired food trucks parking their automobiles and firing up their grills really should pique the passions of numerous. 

Amid a food stuff truck scene that is proving able of sustaining a seemingly endless number of businesses, Perdidolicious and MI SU Road Meals have made their existence felt in a shorter sum of time. Here are their concepts and backstories: 

Perdidolicious melds tacos, snow cones and scenic sights in Perdido Key 

A delighted incident birthed the Perdidolicious food stuff truck at the close of 2020. 

Donna Feng owns a Jet Ski rental business on Gulf Beach Freeway, and to enhance the experience for consumers, Feng’s boyfriend, Andrew Parker, experienced an strategy to open up a snow cone food stuff truck on the home. 

“I claimed, ‘Well what about incorporating some genuine foodstuff?’ ” Feng remembered inquiring Parker.

She reported she views that region of Perdido as a little bit of a culinary wasteland, and experienced the concept to pair Parker’s snow cone principle with her possess handmade Mexican menu. 

Owner Donna Feng holds a Perdido Burrito bowl, left, and Perdido Loaded Street Tacos outside of her Perdidolicious food truck at 10605 Gulf Beach Highway in Perdido on Thursday, Jan. 21, 2021.

“I determined to go with tacos simply because I determine everybody likes tacos,” Feng reported. 

Feng’s selfmade crunchy tacos, loaded road tacos, burrito bowls and avenue corn appear with a kick if you so need, courtesy of Feng’s selection of do-it-yourself sauces. 

“I actually like spicy food,” she claimed. “I make my very own sauces like moderate, medium and scorching, and then we have the lava, which has ghost peppers, Carolina reaper peppers. So every little thing that’s seriously sizzling is in the lava sauce.”