7755 W. Bellfort, in the parking lot of Joe V's
I encountered this unit several years ago on Fondren when it was Taqueria Tzul-Vega but tried it only once. I remembered the taquera apparently spoke only about 5 syllables of English and she found my Spanish just as lacking, but I couldn't remember the food nor why I never returned. According to my notes, it was not because of the food but because the menu was so limited. The majority of the items listed on the unit were not available, there was a handwritten menu taped to the window with only a few dishes.
There has apparently been a change of ownership. The menu card in the window, which identifies the business as Taqueria Vega, lists just about everything named on the side of the unit plus a few other items and I had no trouble communicating.
I tried a couple of tacos, pastor on the left and chorizo on the right. They came on handmade corn tortillas, a big plus, with roasted onions and mass quantities of cilantro, plus a surprisingly fiery salsa. According to my notes, the fiery salsa was a feature of the old cart, too. The pastor wasn't bad, not dried out like it often is and I got a couple of tidbits of pinapple, but the chorizo was much better. I have also tried a barbacoa taco and, on a whim, a chorizo gordita. These were served with a very mild salsa verde. The gordita was almost as big as a torta and would have been better as one; the barbacoa is another good choice for meat along with the chorizo.
Tacos are $2 and apparently there's no upcharge for requesting flour tortillas. There is an upcharge for requesting lengua or tripa. The gordita was $3.50.