7-Course Mexican Street Food Brunch

In-PersonInner Southeast, Portland


Pop-up space
Available for purchase
Banquet (20+ Guests)
Gluten Free, Local, Organic
This is a sampling of street food in Mexico that we love to share! The best thing about street food is the flavors are staples, and keep the traditions vendor, selling his specialty, day in day out walking in the streets in Mexico. Héctor brings these staples to you with his own touches. Served family/fiesta style.

Menu detail

Salsas al Molcajete & Guacamole
Raw Salsa Verde is made with tomatillos, cilantro, onion and chiles. Salsa Molcajete is charred tomatoes, roasted chiles & garlic ground in a volcanic rock molcajete. Guacamole- served on chicharron (fried pig skin) with grasshoppers (grasshoppers-chapulines are from Oaxaca)
Mango with Chile & Limon
Traditional fresh cut chunks of mango in a cup with chile & lime. Simple and so surprisingly wonderful!
Esquites- Street Corn
An alternative street food style to the elote- corn on the cob in Mexico- esquites are the kernels with epazote infused broth, queso cotija, homemade mayo, lime, chile. It's magical.
Mini Pambazo- Sandwich
Small Plate
Pambazo is made on bolillos (rolls) marinated with guajillo chile salsa and grilled- filled with carrots, potatoes, onions, cream and lettuce with chorizo (or vegetarian). A street staple and mighty tasty.
Small Plate
From Oaxaca, this is a crispy, thin tortilla topped with a thin layer of beans, queso Oaxaca, cecina (thin cut beef) and served with salsas. Delish.
Camote al Horno- Sweet Potato Street Style
Baked sweet potatoes with condensed milk. Another street truck you will run for when you hear it coming.
Tamales Oaxaqueños
Small Plate
Corn masa filled with pork shoulder or vegetarian option (rajas with caramelized onions) wrapped in banana leaf and steamed.


Mimosa Donaji (Champagne, Orange Juice & Hibiscus)

7-Course Mexican Street Food Brunch

In-PersonInner Southeast, Portland
(Exact Address will be shared upon purchase.)