On Bradley Avenue in between Mattis and Country Fair Drive in Champaign, there is a new taco truck slinging tacos, burritos, tortas, quesadillas, and nachos.

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The white taco truck is parked in a good spot with ample parking. In front of the truck, there are two red picnic tables which was convenient because I didn't want to eat tacos in my car.

Four tacos on corn tortillas loaded with raw diced white onion and cilantro sit in a tin foiled takeout container. Photo by Alyssa Buckley.Photo by Alyssa Buckley.

I ordered two steak, one campechanos, and one pastor for $2 each. All were served piping hot from the grill with two corn tortillas per taco. The steak was diced and had a delicious char-grilled flavor, and the campechanos was my favorite, hands down. The tasty steak was mixed with a smoky, oily, slightly spicy chorizo. This meaty taco was a mess, but I loved it. The pastor had a tomato salsa and a tangy flavor, and it was good.

All tacos at Señores Tacos come Mexican style with cilantro and onions, but you can also order them American style with lettuce, tomato, cheese, and sour cream.

In a styrofoam cup, there is a white cheese dip, and beside that, there is a brown paper bag of orange chips on a red picnic table outside Señores Taco in Champaign. Photo by Alyssa Buckley.Photo by Alyssa Buckley.

I am a sucker for cheese dip, and I saw it on the menu for only $2, so I had to have it. It was a really big cup of white queso and a small-ish bag of chips. The queso was a fantastic thin cheese dip, but the chips were mediocre at best.

Take a peek at the taco truck's menu.

A sun-washed photo of the menu at Señores Tacos. Photo by Alyssa Buckley.Photo by Alyssa Buckley.

Señores Tacos
10 a.m. to 9 p.m., daily

Top image by Alyssa Buckley.