California Restaurant Releases a Lobster Corn Dog Taco, and It Looks Incredible

Did we mention it’s topped with lobster queso?
Pour Vida Taco

Pour Vida

Pour Vida’s lobster corn dog taco sold out three days in a row when it was first launched this weekend.

Pour Vida Latin Flavor, a restaurant in Anaheim, California, has added a new taco to its menu — the Lobster Corn Dog Taco — and it is already proving to be a big seller.

This food mashup, which sold out for three days straight when it first launched this weekend,  features a corn dog-battered taco shell filled with sautéed lobster tail and topped with lobster-infused queso, Foodbeast detailed.

The new menu item was created by chef Jimmy Martinez of Pure Vida Latin Flavor. PVLF is Martinez’ new chef-driven concept that “[brings] hand-crafted tacos and fresh-pressed juices to Orange County without the fine-dining price tag,” according to the restaurant’s website

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Other hand-crafted tacos on the menu include pineapple skirt steak (ginger, soy, green onion, pickled Napa cabbage, queso fresco), spicy ahi tuna (AA ahi, green onion, shallot, sambal, soy, sesame oil, avocado mousse), and heirloom tomato and burrata (baby heirloom tomato, aged balsamic vinegar, basil, roasted jalapeño mint burrata).