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The 5 most epic tacos at TacoFest in Toronto

Toronto's second annual Taco Fest took over Ontario Place this weekend bringing a slew of vendors and eaters together to mow down on tacos, corn, ice cream and beer.

The event, from Taste Toronto, featured restaurants, food trucks and caterers slinging out favourites like tacos al pastor from Fonda Lola and chicken tinga from Playa Cabana as well as options that showcased flavours from both Mexico and around the world.

Here are my picks for the most epic tacos on offer this weekend.

Banh mi tacos from Los Vietnamita

Los Vietnamita which does Mexican and Vietnamese fusion, served up banh mi chicken, beef, fish and chorizo tacos.

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Bulgogi tacos from the Food Dudes

Along with their popular Captain Crunch fish tacos, the Food Dudes sold bulgogi ground beef tacos with kimchi slaw and cheese sauce.

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Jerk chicken tacos fro Rancho Relaxo

Rancho Relaxo made these jerk chicken tacos topped with mango marmalade.

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Kung pao pork tacos from Fidel Gastro's

Matt Basile isn't know for subtlety at his restaurant and food truck, so it's no surprise this kung pao pork taco from Fidel Gastro's looks over-the-top delicious.

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Ice cream tacos from Booyah

These aesthetically pleasing ice cream tacos from Booyah were super popular on this hot and humid weekend.

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