Year 2007 (way before food trucks hit the street scene) was when we started selling at Temecula Farmers Market. Initially, we planned to sell skewers but Gale,market manager,wanted something different. She suggested fish tacos. We agreed to make fish tacos but had no idea how to do it. Thinking back to how we prepared fried fish in Asia and the famous baja style fish taco, we started to build a recipe based on our culture, both Mexican and Far East Asia. The sauces that we make from scratch, fresh ingredients, gluten free, with no preservatives were exquisite as a result. Accompanied by an appealing presentation, we realize what people want - the food has to smell, look, and taste great starting from inception to execution. We stayed true to our own style, no fancy smancy menu names, just honest, clean, fresh food. One blogger wrote August 2008 (http://ihearttemecula.blogspot.com/2008/08/farmers-market-food.htm)l:
I used to work in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, and I ate my way through that city--it's teeming with excellent street food. So I am skeptical when I see an establishment which does not appear to be a hepatitis outbreak waiting to happen and yet still promises "street food." Well. Check out this place--get the fish tacos. With everything. Definitely the Park Place/Boardwalk of street food, but you won't resent the frou-frou aspect. They have excellent service, a creative menu, and the food is noteworthy.