Food Truckin': Los Compadres a taste of Mexico City

Longtime cook Nestor Sanabria has brought his Mexico City-style street food to the Grand Valley for the last two years.

His truck, Los Compadres, serves handmade tacos, burritos, gorditas and more. He also serves breakfast.

Dan West with The Daily Sentinel recently talked with Sanabria about his truck.

Dan West: What is your favorite dish to make? Why?

Nestor Sanabria: Everything, you know. I enjoy making everything. Everything is good. I like to see the faces of the people when they try it.

West: How did you get into the food truck business?

Sanabria: I like to cook. I've been working in a kitchen for 14 years. So I decided to open my own.

West: What is your favorite event or location to work?

Sanabria: Well Cinco de Mayo is pretty good. I like that one. All the big events are good. I like Food Truck Fridays.

West: What is the best part of owning a food truck?

Sanabria: You can have your time off whenever you want. You work hard, but when you need time off you can have it.

West: Tell us something unique about your food truck.

Sanabria: It's food from Mexico City. So nobody has the stuff I have right here.

Online: Look for Los Compadres on Facebook.

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