Disco Cheetah is a Korean-Mexican fusion food truck serving rice bowls, tacos, burritos and grilled cheese qeusadillas using Alberta beef bulgogi, and Fraser Valley chili chicken. They can be found around Vancouver, farmer markets, festivals, and events. For times and location follow Disco Cheetah on Twitter at @yvrDCtaco . Look for the bright yellow truck. You can't miss it!
This is a cool concept serving a niche market but one the major issues with me is the flavours get old fast. All tacos have the same combination of toppings which results in everything tasting the same.
WHAT WE TRIED:
Vegan Tofu Taco | $5
BBQ Pork Taco | $5
Sweet Chili Chicken Taco | $5
Meatball Taco | $5
Small Pork Rice Bowl | $6
OVERALL IMPRESSION OF Disco cheetah:
Disco Cheetah addresses the niche market of korean style mexician tacos and burritos. One thing that bugs me is the lack of thought on using toppings and sauces that compliment the protein. When I looked at my food I wondered if I got the wrong order because I ordered 4 different tacos but they all looked the same. The flavours became muddled together and hard to tell which protein I was eating. It would be nice to see more thought on using ingredients to compliment the protein. A good example is for them to look at Tako's menu which opened after them. They also serve korean-mexican fusion. Personally I would rather commute to Tako if I'm craving for this type of cuisine. The korean tacos are tastier, and cheaper at Tako too on a regular day. Plus they have happy hour prices.
If there is anything you love at Disco Cheetah and think we should try it next time, feel free to contact us!
Everything tastes the same regardless of what we order.
Nice that they started the korean-mexican trend in BC