If you missed Chris Courogen’s P-N story on the Market Street taco truck guy (like I did), here’s a link. Eloy Saenz is the real deal, with meat from Groff’s.
There is no lettuce on top of the meaty tacos Saenz serves up. The beef tacos are made with shredded beef that has been slow braised in Saenz’s own blend of spices, not ground beef. There is no cheese or sour cream, either.
“That’s Tex-Mex, or Californian,” said Louis Gonzales, a Mexican immigrant living in Mechanicsburg, who took a break from his lunch to serve as interpreter for Saenz, who speaks little English. “There have real meat and authentic flavor. I come here for the flavor of my country.”