Here's a Look at Every Single Taco on the Menu at Galaxy Taco
If Galaxy Taco seems too far off from Trey Foshee’s universe, think again. This newest venture for Foshee aims to cater to La Jolla locals looking for tacos. It’s a big commitment for this chef most known for George’s at the Cove, an elegant, long-standing restaurant focusing on California cuisine. But he assures curious diners and local scene watchers that this foray into casual dining also serves great tacos.
“The place may not be serious,” Foshee adds, “[but] I take the products and execution of the food very seriously.” And it’s evident in the restaurant’s tortillas. Foshee put extensive research into finding the perfect tortilla and even more time on the ingredients before settling down with non-GMO corn sourced from Mexico by Masienda. And to prove they’re serious about the whole tortilla-making process, the kitchen churns them out daily on a $10,000 custom masa grinder.
Tacos only make up about one-third of the menu with small dishes like shrimp ceviche, seafood cocktail, queso fundido and entrees (served after 4 PM) filling out the rest. But it's the tacos that make the biggest impression, each uniquely different from the other. While Foshee admits there’s not one taco that he wants diners to try over other, he thinks there’s something for everyone.
Here’s a look all nine of their tacos priced at either $5 or $6, including one topped with uni.
2259 Avenida de la Playa, La Jolla; 858-228-5655