What is Baja style Surf Taco?
Baja Surf Taco The spicy twist on our namesake. Tempura battered Cod topped with shredded cabbage, homemade avocado lime sauce, Baja salsa, chipotle mayo & fresh cilantro.
Is Surf Taco Only in NJ?
The Surf Taco dream all started in Point Pleasant Beach, New Jersey. Now we have 11 location throughout New Jersey and 1 in Florida. Find the nearest location to you. It’s worth the drive.
Who owns Surf Taco?
“We love Wall,” said Rob Nagel, Surf Taco’s owner and founder. “There is a good opportunity right there.” Nagel opened the first Surf Taco on Memorial Day in 2001, merging his two passions: food and beach culture.
Is Surf Taco gluten free?
Every taco, every wrap, every burrito etc is made with a flour wrap or tortilla. There’s no corn tortillas and no gf choices.
When did Surf Taco open?
Surf Taco first opened its doors in 2001 in Mt. Pleasant Beach, New Jersey and currently has 13 locations up and down the Jersey shore.
Is Surf Taco a chain?
Surf Taco is a chain of Mexican-Californian cuisine-style restaurants located primarily in the Jersey Shore area. There are presently fourteen restaurants.
What was the first Surf Taco?
It packs a flavor punch, as do a selection of smoothies; try the Sambazon, made with açai berries ($5). Rob Nagel, 38, a native of Toms River, opened the first Surf Taco restaurant in Point Pleasant Beach in 2001 with a partner, Ed Pierce, who worked in sales for a surf-clothing manufacturer.
What does smother it mean at Surf Taco?
« Back To Surf Taco, Long Branch, NJ. $2.75. Top any burrito with our roasted red pepper sauce & melted jack & cheddar cheeses garnished with pico de gallo.
Does Surf Taco come with chips?
Chips come with most items on our menu. If you’re ordering tacos, burritos, wraps, bowls, quesadillas, kids meals, surf plates or combos #1, 2 & 4, expect each to come with their own side of hand cut tortilla chips.
What fish is used for tacos?
Whether snapper, mahi mahi, grouper, flounder, halibut or cod, wild, local fish are the tastiest choice for Baja-style tacos. Since these fillets tend to be expensive, keep the toppings simple (think raw shredded cabbage and guacamole) so the mild flavor of these fish can really shine through.