La Taqueria: Taco Shop in Downtown Vancouver

Diana Chan May 16, 2017 Downtown, Mexican

La Taqueria has their new location on Hornby Street, which has 90 seats and also offers counter service for convenient food on the go. Happy Hour runs from 3pm–6pm daily with $4 Margaritas to toast the end of a long workday.

This location is the largest of all their locations. You will find the same delicious tacos and burritos.


Seven Burritos have joined the existing menu of tacos and quesadillas, and are substantial meals on their own—weighing in at approximately one pound per burrito—with authentic Mexican fillings wrapped in fresh flour tortillas.

Carne in Adobo Burrito has Braised Sirloin Tips in Adobo Sauce, served with Pico de Gallo, Charro Beans, Cilantro and Tortilla Chips.

Fish Baja Burrito has Beer Battered Ocean Wise Cod Fillet, Served with Chipotle and Wasabi Mayo, Sweet Ponzu, and Cilantro and a touch of Salsa Fresca.

Rajas con Crema Burrito has Authentic Rajas con Crema (Roasted Poblano Peppers), served with Black Beans, Chipotle Mayo, Sauteed Mushrooms and Kale, and Mozzarella Cheese.

You can always dress it up with more sauce.


The best part of La Taqueria are their tacos. Little bites of deliciousness.

De Lengua Taco is braised beef tongue.

Carnitas Tacos has pork confit with pickled red onions.

Calabacitas taco is a vegan option with zucchini, sweet corn and bell pepper medley topped with queso fresco.

Tinga de Pollo taco has chicken with chorizo in a chipotle tomato sauce, topped with Mexican cheese and sour cream.


There are tons of drinks to have with your meal. Alcoholic and noon-alcoholic options.

Slushie Lime Margaritas


Tequila shots

Coronita Extra

Final Thoughts

A great lunch option at La Taqueria to add to the Downtown core. There are lots of seats and you can’t go wrong with their burritos or tacos. They make ordering efficient, so if you’re tight on time, you can get take out.

586 Hornby St, Vancouver


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About The Author

Diana started Foodology in 2010 because she just eats out everyday! She started a food blog to share her love of food with the world! She lives in Vancouver, BC and adores the diversity of food around her. She will go crazy for churros and lattes.

1 Comment

  1. cL May 22, 2017 at 8:06 am

    Diana! Calabacita is not a vegan option! It has Quesco Fresco, ie. Cheese 😉 Hehe

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