It's always a great thing to hear or see an El Paso native doing big things elsewhere. Now usually when celebrities roll through El Paso, they normally tend to eat at Mexican restaurants. This isn't a surprise because we're known for having tons of Mexican restaurants that have delicious food.

KLAQ El Paso logo
Enter your number to get our free mobile app

It is funny when an El Paso native moves away and says Mexican food elsewhere doesn't compare to El Paso's authentic taste. Luckily, the Capital City aka Austin, Texas is getting a taste of El Paso thanks to an El Paso native. Ivan Enriquez is an El Paso native who has been introducing El Paso's unique taste to Austin residents.

Ivan Enriquez moved to Austin in 2017 where he began his food truck business El Perrito. An item on the menu shows he must have been a regular at Chico's Tacos when he once lived here. The only reason why I say that is because he created his unique sauce for his menu item, drowned tacos.

Now from the looks of it, Ivan Enriquez is doing a heck of a job introducing El Paso flavor to Austin, Texas. After all, he was featured on Austin Monthly about schooling Austin on El Paso's unique flavors. Now after checking out a couple of videos people definitely dig El Perrito's drowned tacos.

I must warn you after watching the videos they may tempt you into taking a road trip just to be the judge. It makes me wonder who's tastes better between the two, Chico's Tacos or El Perrito. But one thing for sure is Ivan Enriquez is definitely repping El Paso proudly.

50 Most Popular Chain Restaurants in America

YouGov investigated the most popular dining brands in the country, and Stacker compiled the list to give readers context on the findings. Read on to look through America's vast and divergent variety of restaurants—maybe you'll even find a favorite or two.

See How School Cafeteria Meals Have Changed Over the Past 100 Years

Using government and news reports, Stacker has traced the history of cafeteria meals from their inception to the present day, with data from news and government reports. Read on to see how various legal acts, food trends, and budget cuts have changed what kids are getting on their trays.

More From KLAQ El Paso