Jimmy Hula's Voodoo Tacos

Jimmy Hula’s updated review

Since my original review of Jimmy Hula’s, I’ve become kind of a regular.

Though I was just there on Saturday, the most recent photos of my food shared below are from June 4th (I ordered the same thing anyway).

When you enter Jimmy Hula’s, you order at the counter, they give you a number, and you seat yourself. They then bring out your food by looking for your number. You’ll notice they write your table number on the paper within the basket. I really appreciate the simplicity of their system. It’s laid back, like the rest of its atmosphere.


Jimmy Hula’s Voodoo Tacos


Jimmy Hula’s Crack’d Corn

The crack’d corn is seriously my favorite side item from their entire menu! I’ve tried to recreate it at home but haven’t quite gotten it down. But it is still great!

It’s a cob cooked, then grilled, then topped with queso fresco crumbling, cayenne pepper, and fresh cilantro – there’s also some white creamy cheese ‘crema’, which I have substituted with sour cream (not exact, but good).

The Voodoo Taco description from their laminated menu card: Crispy Fish, Lettuce, Pineapple Mango Salsa & Voodoo Sauce $3.89

The Jimmy’s Crack’d Corn description: Crema, Chili Powder, Cotija & Cilantro $2.99

If I end up ordering something different I’ll share the photos in a new post. I do feel like I’m overdue on a taco change, but the mango salsa sweetness with the spice of the voodoo sauce is just too good to pass up sometimes!

Link to their menu (if you are on a mobile device, it will likely download the PDF)

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Note: these photos were from the Aloma Ave. location (which I normally frequent). We only drive to the UCF location when it is after 9pm on a weekday because they open later.

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