A must stop! You’ll find the stand with a small counter/bar and about 5 stools. Atmosphere isn’t really a word I’d use to describe it, but “friendly people, great service, great food and great value” definitely are terms I’d use. In all the years we’ve been customers for lunch or a light evening meal, they have never disappointed us. They serve only carne asada (steak) and al pastor (pork) tacos and tortas.

There is, however, a small stand just south of them (K38 Fish Tacos) that does have fish tacos. The one with fish isn’t the same operation as Surf Taco, but you can access it from the same parking lot. Their fish and shrimp tacos are excellent.

There is a small market between the two to purchase drinks/beer. Tacos run about $1.10 and tortas are about $3. Try mixing the asada and al pastor to mix things up.

If you don’t stop here during your visit to Baja, you’ll be doing yourself a great disservice. Our family loves Taco Surf so much we bought the original surfing taco sign and hung it in the downstairs bedroom of Endless Summer Villa.

No other taco stand comes close to taste and service.  Taco Surf is located 1 kilometer north of Las Gaviotas, in front of the statue of Jesus.

Other restaurants within walking distance of Las Gaviotas include the French breakfast restaurant “Bleu Galley,” the seafood restaurant “Collectivo Surf” and “Ollie’s Brick Oven Pizza.”