Austin’s Best Mexican Restaurants for Cinco de Mayo and Beyond
The name “discada” refers to a seven-layered northern Mexico culinary technique also known as cowboy-wok cooking, and this homey East Austin standout definitely lives up to its rustic moniker. The unassuming trailer only serves two dishes: The little taquito with pork, beef, onions, and bell peppers topped with pineapple and the Elote en Vaso, a cup of bright yellow corn dressed with tajin, mayo, and queso fresco. Note that these talented guys sell out almost every day, so call ahead or follow their social media to ensure yourself a plate.
How to order/reserve: Stop by or order online for take-out.